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The Stereoscopy Blog provides an overview of the latest 3D photography, useful information and links about stereoscopy.

 

Michael Jacksons Moonwalk

Michael Jacksons Moonwalk

13. Sep 2017 | New Animatonclip
An animation workshop showing a 3D character who dances the moonwalk.

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Vienna

Trogier

25. Aug 2017 | New Photo Gallery
With over 1.8 million inhabitants, Vienna is the capital of Austria. In architecture, Vienna is characterized by the founding period, but also by the baroque and Art Nouveau. On the Ringstraße you will find one city castle after another.

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Osijek

Trogier

3. June 2017 | New Photo Gallery
Osijek is the largest city in eastern Croatia with a population of 100,000. The high cultural offer attracts many visitors from all over the year to the university city. Osijek is divided into three parts: the fortress, which forms the old town core, the upper town in the west, where one can find the most popular sights and the large shopping street, as well as the suburbs in the east with the large sports facilities.

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Cosmos

Cosmos

5. Mar 2017 | New Photo Gallery
With the creation of a depth mask, monoscopic images of the cosmos were transformed into 3D.

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Abstract

Abstract

3. Mar 2017 | New Photo Gallery
With the creation of a depth mask, monoscopic images of abstract graphics were converted into 3D.

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Sharjah

Trogier

22.Jan 2017 | New Photo Gallery
Sharjah is a city and emirate that lies next to Dubai. The steadily growing Millionmetropolis does not shine with world records of architecture as in Dubai, but with a family-friendly city life. There are playgrounds at every corner and the cost of living is low.

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Dubai

Dubai

20.Jan 2017 | New Photo Gallery
Dubai is the largest city in the United Arab Emirates with more than 2.7 million inhabitants. When oil was found in Dubai in 1955, the small port of the Persian Gulf developed into a million-metropolis. New districts were created in a few decades. The modern architecture is a monument of today.

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Makarska

Makarska

15. September 2016 | New Photo Gallery
Makarska is one of the most famous tourist cities on the Adriatic coast. The attraction of the city lies in its pleasant climate and beautiful nature with a generous beach and high mountains.

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Trogier

Trogier

14. September 2016 | New Photo Gallery
25 kilometers west from Split lays the harbor town Trogir. The entire historic city center is announced as a world cultural heritage by UNESCO. The city counts as an exceptional example for an urban continuity.

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Plitvica Lakes

Plitvica Seen

13. September 2016 | New Photo Gallery
The National Park Plitvicer lakes is one of the most famous National Park in Croatia. 16 jointly connected overruns, lakes, waterfalls and caves systems are situated on a length of almost 7 km and with almost 135 m of vertical height in a rocky canyon.

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Hum

Hum

12. September 2016 | New Photo Gallery
Hum, where only 20 people live, is called the "smallest town in the world" and is with its medieval townscape a tourist attraction. The city's history dates back to the 11th century. Hum is located on a mountain with a generous view on their surroundings.

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Labin

Labin

12. September 2016 | New Photo Gallery
At a height of 320 meter from a hill, the medieval town of Labin is situated with more than 12.000 residents. From the city wall you have a good view of the surroundings of the city. Labin can look back on a 4000 years old city history.

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Poreč

Poreč

11. September 2016 | New Photo Gallery
Porec is near Rovinj and the urban center of Pula, the most significant coastal town on the west coast of Istria in Croatia and has over 17.000 inhabitants. In the historic center still find ruins from the Roman period.

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Rovinji

Rovinji

11. September 2016 | New Photo Gallery
The small town Rovinj is situated on a peninsula in northern Croatia. The town with about 15 000 inhabitants belongs to the most favorite holiday destinations and counts as the most beautiful city in the country.

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Pula

Pula

10. September 2016 | New Photo Gallery
The area around Pula has a history of 7000 years old. The Romans left the second biggest amphitheater which is still used toady for concerts.

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Sarajevo

Sarajevo

03. September 2016 | New Photo Gallery
Sarajevo is the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina and has almost 300.000 inhabitants. Because of the cultural and religious diversity, we the city also known as Little Jerusalem. Churches, mosques and synagogues are not far apart. There is a Oriental bazaar and a spacious pedestrian area with shopping center. The Unique City Park in East Sarajevo is a deep ravine.

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