“Reaching For the Out of Reach” at the Cursive Buildings blog brings the 19th century to life by transforming antique photographs into eye-popping three-dimensional GIFs.
Blogger Joshua Heineman mined the New York Public Library for the old stereoscopic postcards that serve as his source material. You’ll see exploding ammunitions wagons (from the Boer War), a stagecoach arriving at Yellowstone, and a Massachusetts machine shop circa 1874 that’s suddenly back in business. But be warned: This bumpy bit of time travel may make you reach for some Dramamine.
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