Freelance photographer Ian Ference recently uncovered these incredible vintage stereographic rolls of film showing Brooklyn in 3D back in 1933. After scanning them all, cleaning them up, and combining them into anaglyphs (red-blue), he published the images on a new website he created for this purpose called Brooklyn Stereography. Check out a couple of these incredible stereographic photos in their side-by-side forms above, then visit Ference's site for more combined anaglyphs like this one, easily viewed with any pair of cheap, red-blue 3D glasses.
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