A free version of “3D STEREOGRAM” is now available.
The free version includes 10 samples from the 90+ stereograms included in the full version.
“3D STEREOGRAM FREE”
It is the collection of stereograms carefully selected from the popular “Fushigi Art” serialized in the evening paper of The Yomiuri Shimbun.
The series has about 13-year history, and the collection is selected from the entire series. The collection makes your brain and eyes work into high gear.
◆The collection contains many pieces of stereogram arts serialized in Yomiuri Shinbun.
Among the pieces published on Yomiuri Shinbun since 1994, Hiroshi KUNOH carefully selected the pieces of arts and readjusted for this application available for iPhone/iPod touch.
Pieces of art that fuse landscapes with stereograms.
Fabulous stereo images created through unique method of creation using photographs.
Delight experienced when finding the stereo image and a good sense of humor in the art.
Enjoy the collection of beautiful art through liquid crystal displays.
The difference from the arts published on the newspaper inspires you.
◆Handy arts you can enjoy anywhere at any time
You can enjoy the collection during wait time. You can also show it to your friends over drinks. Enjoy it anywhere at any time.
The cover flow style menu enables you to smoothly select the piece of the arts to access.
◆Eye-friendly function, “Active Span”!
Eye-shaped two “Span” appear in the center of the streogram. It guides you when focusing on finding the stereo image.
Look at two Span and move your viewpoints to the center. You’ll find the image when the two Span overlaps.
[Major Art Works and Publications]
2003 “3D Fushigi Art” Shogakukan
1997- Serialization of “Fushigi Art” in the Tokyo Edition of The Yomiuri Shimbun (Saturday Evening Paper
1994- Serialization of “Fushigi Art” in the Osaka Edition of The Yomiuri Shimbun (Friday Evening Paper
1994 “3-D PLANET” Shogakukan (In Collaboration with Eiji Takaoki)
1993 “CG STEREOGRAM 3” Shobakukan (In Collaboration with Several Authors)
2001 JAPAN EXPO IN FUKUSHIMA 2001 (Tostem Pavilion)
1999 Yukaina Doubutsu Art Exhibition (Panasonic Digital Art Plaza)
1997 Fushigi Art Exhibition (Shinsaibashi Sony Tower)
Reuse of the collection (replication, reprinting and printout) is strictly prohibited.