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Stepping Into Historical Photos with 3D Camera Mapping

Miklós Falvay used 3D camera mapping techniques on some historical photographs, turning them into tiny windows into the past that viewers can step into.

(via curiosity counts via Laughing Squid)


 
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  • http://twitter.com/Mvdv84 Marc van der Veen

    That..is really awesome

  • http://twitter.com/Mvdv84 Marc van der Veen

    That..is really awesome

  • Elijah

    Very cool.

  • http://twitter.com/Zta77 Stephan Henningsen

    Amazing.  What software is best for creating something similar under Linux?

  • Scully

    This Reminds me of the “Ken Burns” effect.

  • Scully

    This Reminds me of the “Ken Burns” effect.

  • Adrian O

    At the very end of the video “Blender” is mentioned.
    Blender is available for Linux.

  • John Norton

    Very cool, but creepy!

  • http://www.oamahou.com Outmaneamahou

    Yes cool, but a little bit fuzzy !

  • Stefan

    You can do effects like this with every normal 3d Modeling Software. Like Blender which  is even free.

  • Laoma

    Really cool. Especially difficult is at occlusion borders. Just wonder if manual adjustment is involved.