A Village Lost and Found
July 24, 2010 7:41 AM   Subscribe

This post makes me want to see a stereoscopic version of the Wayne's World opening credits.

What a great story of discovery from people who are passionate about their interest. Thanks, puny!
posted by steef at 8:19 AM on July 24, 2010

That would be Dr. (Astrophysics) Brian May.

His Soapbox.
posted by ericb at 8:26 AM on July 24, 2010 [1 favorite]

Peering closely, we see a little silhouetto of a man...
posted by hal9k at 8:30 AM on July 24, 2010

posted by ericthegardener at 8:44 AM on July 24, 2010

Musicians with geek hobbies is the cat's pajamas (cf. Rod Stewart/John Mellencamp and choo-choo trains). But I can't help being annoyed when stereoscopy sites aren't switchable between wall-eyed and cross-eyed viewing
posted by Rat Spatula at 9:33 AM on July 24, 2010

bah, Neil Young, not Mellencamp...
posted by Rat Spatula at 9:35 AM on July 24, 2010

I just picked up A Village Lost and Found for my stereoscopic-crazy boyfriend's birthday recently. It's really lovely. May and his coauthor will be in L.A. this Tuesday.
posted by scody at 10:12 AM on July 24, 2010

Ugh, I'm terribly tired of these overlinked posts. Is there one primary link that tells us what this is about?
posted by mnemonic at 11:42 AM on July 24, 2010

Not really, mnemonic, but if you read two of them at the same time...
posted by sodium lights the horizon at 12:07 PM on July 24, 2010 [2 favorites]

Those pictures are a lot more compelling than I would have guessed. This series is amazing, especially the second one down. There's something about seeing that broom in 3D; you can really imagine what it would be like to pick up and use that filthy thing.
posted by i_have_a_computer at 12:34 PM on July 24, 2010

When is one of these digital video camera makers going to wise up and make a stereo video camera so we can have personal 3D video? It's so obvious, I don't understand why the world isn't full of it.
posted by Twang at 3:33 AM on July 25, 2010

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