The Stereogranimator: Turn Historical Photographs Turned 3D Gifs
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The New York Public Library's archive includes more than 40,000 historical stereographs (traditional images taken in pairs at slightly different perspectives), that are more than 100 years old.
The image to the right is the combination of two albumen prints of the Mission San Xavier created in 1875.
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