The '80s were arguably one of the greatest decades in history to be a kid with an allowance burning a hole in your pocket, and a free afternoon to spend at a toy store. And decades later, toy companies have realized that all those kids buying the wonderful toys from the '80s are all grown up now with plenty of…
After months of visiting venues, meeting potential photographers and trying to come to an agreement over which shade of hydrangea works best, it's no wonder couples are so willing to just throw money at a problem, like wedding invitations, to make it disappear.
3D may be overplayed, but way before Hollywood thought it was cool, stereograms allowed us to see 3D without glasses...or sometimes, with really epic glasses. So this week's Shooting Challenge is IN 3D!
Take one look at the new "My3D" from Hasbro and tell me that's not just a simple stereoscopic imager with a slot for an iPhone at the end—it's a Viewmaster with apps and augmented reality!
No matter your age, there's a good chance that a View-Master was lying around either your bedroom or a friend's. The iconic red goggles are the perfect childhood diversion—cheap and briefly amusing. They also have a long history.
What do you get when you take two Coby digital keychains and cram them into a Viewmaster, then rig them up so the lever loads a new pair of stereoscopic JPGs? Heresy. Beautiful heresy. [Hacker Consortium]
View-Masters were a part of just about everyone's childhood. For those trying to relive those days, Minnesota artist Debra Dressler has come up with these handmade clocks made with genuine vintage View-Masters. As you might suspect, "handmade" and "vintage" are usually codewords for "expensive," and at $145, that is…