If you found this site you probably have at least a passing interest in Stereoscopic 3D.
This site serves as a home for my various 3D experiments and follows industry news. Between digital 3D cinema and the amazing tools available to amateur 3D photographers, there's never been a more exciting time to be a 3D enthusiast.
Many posts will focus on the latest stereoscopic technologies (like the impending 3DTV revolution, digital 3D filmmaking and auto-stereoscopic displays). But the goal is to celebrate Stereo-3D works of all eras, from stereographs of the 1800s to comic books of the 50s to... Avatar and beyond.
To make it extra fun, the site is enhanced for 3D glasses. You don't need anything fancy, just a regular pair of red/blue paper glasses will work. (OK, technically they're red/cyan, but you already knew that, didn't you ;).
Even with all the amazing things happening in Stereo-3D technology, red/cyan anaglyphs are still my favorite viewing method. They require no special displays, and anyone with cheap paper glasses and two eyes can view them effortlessly. Also, unlike freeviewing crossview stereos (like this image), it's easy to scan the entire page in 3D at once.
Perhaps in 2015 - when we all have auto-stereoscopic displays and hoverboards - I'll offer different versions of the site for different 3D viewing methods. For now - grab some paper glasses and have fun.
Obviously, you can still read the site without glasses, but you will need them to properly view the photo gallery. Need glasses? Click here!
One final note - As with any new site, consider this a work in progress. Please let me know what you think. Feedback is welcome.