Impression: on the way from home to the metro running by this glass bridge across the Moscow River – it is always a feeling of freedom above the water, which is not so frequent in the capital. And suddenly there is music, Norah Jones’s singing.. and a strange inscription, hanging from above - “Old Moscow 3-D”… and on the glass walls of the bridge – dull photos of Old Moscow. I buy 20-rubles-cost glasses and the turbidity is replaced by the volume. And outside the window there’s not so much changed Moscow of our days – MSU, Berezhkovskaya and Savinskaya embankments, the White House. Excellent and obviously to the point! Will be carrying this glasses in my handbag till the end of the month, why waste time on the way to the metro)
I rejoiced at the concept of the exhibition: the opportunity to see some architectural changes of the city not in flat, but in stereoscopic variant. This thing makes the project absolutely different from other photo exhibitions. The power of stereo effect is much stronger. It is very pleasant that many people unconversant with this technology will learn about anaglyphic stereography. Thanks to organizers for popularization of stereo. My colleagues and I will be inspired by this exhibition to create quality stereo photographs of our City.
It’s going to be more than just an exhibition. Stereo effect is something undoubtedly new, innovative approach to photo art. Watching the photos made 130 years ago in stereo for sure is very unusual. I personally for long time have been keen on 3-D technologies and can imagine how non-standard and absorbing the exhibition will be. Wish good luck. Will come to the opening without fail.
An interesting effect of looking through the images in 3-D. the effect of complete presence. Wanted to push my hands into, to touch the tree :). I haven seen only a few images yet, but would like to watch them all. I was mostly impressed by the polytechnic museum, looks really great!
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The feelings about watching black-and-white volume images are indescribable, fantastic and at once unreal. You always have a wish to outstretch your arm to touch the projecting leaf of a tree, to peer round the carriage, to bend the head and watch around the corner.
A wonderful idea, original approach, attraction of many people’s attention. I was glad to hear those epithets from my colleagues about the coming exhibition. I agree that 3-D technologies may strikingly influence the viewer. We can peep into the usual scope of perception. And it’s great!
Impression: on the way from home to the metro running by this glass bridge across the Moscow River – it is always a feeling of freedom above the water, which is not so frequent in the capital. And suddenly there is music, Norah Jones’s singing.. and a strange inscription, hanging from above - “Old Moscow 3-D”…