And I've taken this "no distraction" opportunity – among other things – to draw some blazons (remember my early posts?) and to take some photos. Stereographs to be precise.
What is a stereograph? It's basically a 3D photo. You'll see an example below, and I'll post more on another blog in a little while.
(the image is resized for 1280x960 screens, click here to view it in 1024x768)At first you may think you're looking at the same photo, but each one is taken from a slightly different angle. Now, click on it for full screen, CROSS YOUR EYES and stay that way for a few seconds at about 50 cm from the screen. You'll see the 2 photos merge in the middle, creating a 3D one!
Sorry for the headache, but crossing the eyes is the only way to view the 3D effect if you don't own a stereo viewer (like the one on the left for example).
P.S. : I've finally seen The Dark Knight this Monday. Woooaaa...