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With its new online "Steregranimator", the New York Public Library lets you make 3D anaglyphs or "wiggle"animated GIFs from 100-year old stereoscopic photos from its 40,000 large collection.

Earlier this week, NYPL Labs debuted its Stereogranimator tool that lets you resurrect the old stereoscopic 3D effect in animated "Wiggle" GIFs or red and cyan 3D anaglyphs.

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Cyclopital 3D Wide Angle Lens for Fuji W3

Cyclopital 3D ( Fort Collins, CO, USA) is selling an optical add-on giving your Fuji W1 or W2 stereoscopic still  camera a doubled field of view.

Wider angle 3D photos are great when you can't back up enough to get everyone or everything in the picture or you can also leave it on all the time to capture more of every scene you photograph. The results you can achieve with this adapter can be amazing 3D photos! Expand your photographic capabilites now! 

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Journey 2: The Mysterious Island

Warner Bros is releasing "Journey 2: The Mysterious Island" in 3D from January 19, 2012 in Australia, to February 3, 2012 in UK, February 10, 2012 in the USA, and as late as April 20, 2012 in Norway. The movie is best viewed in IMAX theatres, but is also released in a lot a other 3D venues.

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WW II 3D Released on Blu-ray 3D

WW-II IN 3D tells the story of the war from the rise of the Nazis, their sweep across Europe, the Allied counterattack and the fall of Nazi Germany. This documentary is made of archived 3D photos and 3Dvideos. Some really stunning Ally aerial reconnaissance photographs show very clear how the Allied forces found the 3D photos helpful when planning ground assaults and invasions.

The centerpiece of WWII in 3D, though, is a newly restored (albeit incredibly short) Nazi propaganda film, never before seen by the public, shot in stereoscopic 3D in 1943. In it, German soldiers aim and fire an 88mm flak gun at enemy aircraft using a stereoscopic range finder.

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