While in Gladstone I saw an exhibition by Natasha Kudashkina - Seeing Red in 3D. Her paintings are quite impressive when seeing by a naked eye, but you are also given “ChromaDepth 3D” glasses, and step into 3D world... At the end of the exhibition, you were asked to "recycle" used glasses, but instead I took them home.
After exhibition, I've got interested in that technology, and ChromaDepth Technologies site contained quite a bit of explanations and examples. The biggest revelation was this: "all you need is any color picture and a pair of glasses". And since I had glasses, I started to look at my own photos, trying to find those , where 3D effect is really prominent and clear.
So here's a collection of my photos, which I recommend to check out while wearing ChromaDepth 3D glasses.
Evans Court & The Horse, Montreal
Candle and Champaign
A fragment of ROM wall
Honest Ed's on snowy evening
Canada Day Fireworks (Downsview) - 2010 - III