Brighton Pier this evening (seen from the end of our road)
The models from the previous pos when in rude health…
The Institute for Paradoxical Shadows took a bit of a hit in our return across the Atlantic. The buckling of the frames is quite pleasing, though, a little like the photographs of twisted electricity pylons after ice storms.
I Don’t normally borrow material from other sites, but this image of an Audi wind tunnel model of a sports car from the Shapeshifter’s site reminded me of the Sasky chrome a few posts back.
I posted some tortoises earlier that had only vestigial spines and few if any ribs, using their shell as a stressed structure. These, from the Museum of Comparative Anatomy in Paris, have a complete spine and ribs. It works quite well in stereo, so have a go.
To resolve in stereo, go cross eyed so that one image registers over the other (register features rather than the frame). When you see three images concentrate on the middle one and relax until the three dimensional image pops out. If you have problems, make the image smaller.