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3D in the 20th Century - YouTube video post from a friend of NYSS

Travel back in time to the downtown avant-garde arts scene of New York City 2000 — and in 3D!

Both in format and content, a rare video document.

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3


HOW TO SEE THE VIDEO IN 3-D:

ALL forms of stereoscopic viewing work by giving each eye its own slightly different view of a scene, so it is necessary for there to be two images to produce a 3-D effect. The two images, although very similar, are not identical because they were videotaped at a distance of a few inches apart from each other (just like human eyes). The left side is for your left eye and the right side is for your right eye.

--NYSS Member submitted post

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