Friday Fun: The Stereogranimator

The New York Public Library has developed one way to digitally view stereographs: The Stereogranimator. Users can choose one of the over 40,000 stereographs from the Library’s collection, create either an anaglyph or animated GIF by combining the two images into “one,” and share it in the Gallery.

However, as a colleague put it: when you live in CA, it can get a bit unnerving to see post-earthquake images in this way

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