Submarine in Stereo

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Nautilus

Nautilus

Some more stereo views of the interior of the Nautilus in Paris. The difference between seeing the two dimensional image and the stereoscopic three dimensions is pronounced (view in the normal way – or check back a couple of posts for the most recent suggestion of how to view stereo pairs). I have been in a few submarines and am intrigued by the nature of space made almost entirely by programme – the equipment that lines the habitable volume. I took these a few years ago and it was when I sent another pair from this series in an E-mail discussion with Perry Kulper that I discovered the possibility of how to float shadows in space (posted in the earliest post on Instrument Six).

 

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