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   When I was young, even before being able to read, I would look at View-Master* stereoscopic touristic images and even though I couldn’t yet understand the captions, I saw in these images, a world that was more real than real life. The stereoscope presented me with a mixture of my own affects or emotions, and stereotyped representations—photographic ones—stemming from both reality and from my imagination.

(uncompleted project)

*View-Master is a device marketed by Sawyer's Photo Services in the 1930s that allowed, from 2D pictures, to see touristic views in 3D thanks to a special binocular box. 1.5 billion reels of stereoscopic views were worldwide sold.

This project designed in 3D photos can be seen with the most popular 3D formats, on phone with any Virtual Reality headset or on 3D TV, directly at Phereo.


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