2D + 2D + 2D = 3D

By Rebecca Horne | November 4, 2010 2:50 pm
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  • nate

    sweet. unique images.

  • tara!

    wowoW!

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    Reading this reminds me of my previous room mate. That guy was one of the smartest individuals I know, but he was a little too original for my tastes though. Anyways I enjoyed reading this, thanks. Will give me something to go into when I see him.

  • http://www.afarkas.com/current.html AJ Farkas

    So, are these made by comparing points that appear in a specified percentage of the images? I mean, how does the program know how to separate out the subject? Is there an anology here to how we see objects- filtering out “noise” and focusing on a single object?

  • Kimo

    Cool. It reminds me of this Radiohead video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8nTFjVm9sTQ

    • Rebecca Horne

      Kimo–Thanks for that link, that was Very Cool!!
      Rebecca

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIFoBc-nIKw Monique Ketcham

    This is the first site I read on my new Droid Tablet. I’ll be back.

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    Your blog is very out of the ordinary. I am loving all of the in a row you are sharing with each one!

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About Rebecca Horne

Rebecca Horne (http://rebeccahornephotography.com) is an artist, multi-platform freelance writer, and award-winning photography director. She launched Visual Science for Discover.com in March 2010. She also writes about science and photography for The WallStreet Journal. You can reach her at rh@rebeccahornephotography.com.

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