• 3D Lenticular Transparency
  • 14 x 20 in
  • Peter J Sucy Digital Arts

Very early digital photo composite. Two slides, one of my attic window and another of the Toronto skyline at dawn, were scanned using the first desktop scanner BarneyScan and composited using this miraculous software program that came with it, BarneyScanXP. The latter which was purchased by Adobe and rebranded as Photoshop.

A 3D Lenticular Transparency requires no special glasses to view in 3D.

Available as an Open Edition of 3D Lenticular Transparencies Mounted in a Black 2" Wooden Frame with integral LED backlighting. The 5300°K LED panel is included to ensure proper lighting for the transparencies. A 12 volt 6000ma battery pack/charger, motion sensor and dimmer w/remote are included.

An aluminum tag with the artist's laser engraved signature is affixed to the lower right corner.

  • Framed: 18 x 24 x 2 in
  • Subject Matter: Surreal expression using digital photography
  • Created: c. 1989
  • Collections: Virtual Visions
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