Once upon a time it was possible to show 3-D pictures if you peered through a special viewfinder, or wore paper spectacles with one red lens and one blue. But in "Stereograms", a world of three-dimensional images is revealed, and you can see it with the naked eye. With a little patience and practice, holding the book steady and following the instructions, you are suddenly surprised as these pictures leap up at you off the page, and you find yourself exploring a world of receding vistas and long perspectives. Here is virtual reality, emerging from the two-dimensional pages of a book.
- Paperback | 96 pages
- 196 x 200mm
- 02 Jun 1994
- London, United Kingdom
- 100 colour and b&w 3-D images