I said April 1 would be the launch date, but you’ll have to give me a few more days. I love stereoscopic 3D and I promise this site will be awesome. I plan to share with you news about the latest developments in 3D entertainment, helpful advice regarding 3D photography and video learned from my own experiences, and of course, plenty of 3D samples with the help of some of my friends, who happen to be very attractive models.
For now, enjoy a little sample pic of my friend Nataly I recently shot. It’s a stereoscopic image. If you don’t have fancy 3D LCDs or 3D glasses, you can view it with your naked eye using the “Magic Eye Method” similar to how you view Autostereograms – those jumbled splotches of color they used to sell at malls that if you looked at them the right way, a 3D image pops up. It’s the exact same principle here: sit directly in the middle of the picture at a far enough distance that the center of both of your eyes roughly aligns with the center of each picture. Now relax your eyes’ focus like you were focusing on something behind the picture. Presto, the images will merge and you’ll see Nataly in 3D, as if you were with us for the photoshoot.