New York Public Library.
metalocus, INÉS LALUETA
Today is the first Spring Sunday and we found this curious proposal. The New York Public Library has created a tool they’re calling the Stereogranimator that lets users create animated 3-D GIFs from the photos in the archive.
"NYPL Labs is proud to bring you the Stereogranimator, a tool for transforming historical stereographs from The New York Public Library's vast collections into shareable 3D web formats. This site is all about your participation, so have fun with it, experiment with it, and let us know how we can improve it. In fact, this project wouldn't even exist if it hadn't been for a user like yourself getting creative with library collections. Here's the story of how that happened…
Introduction by Joshua Heineman
I am told this remarkable application is directly inspired by Reaching for the Out of Reach, my project which ultimately amounts to a 21st century raid of the New York Public Library's archive of 19th century treasure. That is to say, my project was inspired by the library's collection first. This kind of mutually beneficial relationship between archivist & user would have been unthinkable even 10 years ago. So how did we get here?.../.."
Electric Conveyor for cases of oil for export, Port Arthur, Texas, U.S.A.. 1865?-1915? 1915