Jerobeam Fenderson – Blocks 3D (Anaglyph)


By: Jerobeam Fenderson

Originally published on Jan 23, 2017

Watch with anaglyph 3D glasses!
red = left eye
cyan = right eye

There should be an option to watch on Google Cardboard when on mobile.
Side by Side version for 3D TV / VR Headsets / etc.:
Original track:…

What you see is what you hear: The audio signal is fed into a software oscilloscope, where vector graphics are drawn with sound. This is done twice, with slightly rotated images for each eye, i.e. four audio channels have been used.

channel 1: horizontal deflection, left eye
channel 2: vertical deflection, left eye
channel 3: horizontal deflection, right eye
channel 4: vertical deflection, right eye

This video is in stereo because YouTube doesn’t support 4-channel audio, but you can download all the WAVs from (album download now includes the 4-channel WAV, existing download codes still work!) or… (2 stereo WAVs).

Major thanks to for all the crazy software!
OsciStudio: (current version doesn’t support stereoscopic 3D)
Software Oscilloscope this video was rendered with: (now supports 4-channel audio / stereoscopic 3D :))

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Toontastic 3D


By: Google

Published on Jan 12, 2017

3… 2… 1… ACTION! With Toontastic 3D you can draw, animate, and narrate your own cartoons. It’s as easy as play. Just move your characters around onscreen, tell your story, and Toontastic records your voice and animations and stores it on your device as a 3D video.

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NASA| Moon Phases 2017 – Northern Hemisphere – 4K


By: NASA Goddard

Originally published on Dec 22, 2016
This 4K visualization shows the Moon’s phase and libration at hourly intervals throughout 2017, as viewed from the northern hemisphere. Each frame represents one hour. In addition, this visualization shows the Moon’s orbit position, sub-Earth and subsolar points, distance from the Earth at true scale, and labels of craters near the terminator.

Production music provided by Killer Tracks.

To learn more about this visualization, or to see what the Moon will look like at any hour in 2017, visit our “Dial A-Moon” website:

Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center/David Ladd

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Google Earth VR — Bringing the whole wide world to virtual reality


By: Google

Originally published on Nov 16, 2016

Introducing Google Earth VR, our next step to help the world see the world. With Earth VR, you can fly over a city, stand at the edge of a mountain, and even soar into space. Google Earth VR is available now on Steam for the HTC Vive. Learn more at

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Virtuali-Tee: The Ultimate way to learn about the body


By: Curiscope

Originally uploaded on Apr 1, 2016

View this t-shirt through an app and watch it transform into an anatomy learning experience that lets you dive into virtual reality.

Go and grab yours at

Join us in our mission to inspire the next generation. We think learning should be as exciting as games are now.

This starts with The Virtuali-Tee, our first product on that journey.

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Pokémon Go: everything you need to know in 9 minutes


By: The Verge

Originally published on Jul 13, 2016

Pokémon Go is becoming insanely popular, but it’s about as easy to learn how to use as Snapchat. So, The Verge’s Chris Plante, Ross Miller, Miriam Nielsen and Kirsten Frisina bring you the ultimate guide to playing. Whether you haven’t opened the app yet or you’re already an experienced gym leader, we’ve got some tips and tricks for you. Gotta catch em all!


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NASA’s “Eyes” App: See Juno Get to Jupiter


By: NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Originally published on Jul 2, 2016

Fly along with Juno during Jupiter orbit insertion with NASA’s “Eyes on the Solar System” app. This video shows how in four simple steps. Visit to get started.

Note by  The program, is well worth downloading and using it.

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The Little Mermaid – A Magical Augmented Reality Book – Release summer 2016


By: Books & Magic

Originally published on Jun 21, 2016

We’re very proud to finally announce the release of our magical book, The Little Mermaid. On June 21st, the books will be released for sale, ready to purchase through our website with free worldwide shipping and in Danish bookstores. To start with we have a Danish and English language version of both the app and the book.

In Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale, the little mermaid had to wait years till the day of her 15th birthday, before she could emerge and see the world above the sea. Like the mermaid, we here at Books & Magic have been longing for years to share our magical book with you.

So mark your calendar: Sale starts on June 21! We are counting the days and look forward to sharing the magic with you!

About The Little Mermaid
Our magical Augmented Reality book ‘The Little Mermaid’ features the original fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen and all 3D scenes and games are directly related to the text and storyline. The app will be free to download and from Apple App Store and Google Play.

Please visit Book & Magic online to learn more about The Little Mermaid. Also, download the app and follow us on Facebook.

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The Next Rembrandt


By: The Next Rembrandt

Originally published on Apr 5, 2016

Blurring the boundaries between art and technology, we set out on a challenge to see if the great Master can be brought back to life to create a new painting

The Next Rembrandt is a collaboration between:
ING / Microsoft / TU Delft / Mauritshuis / Rembrandthuis

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Clear, Loud, Bright, Forward 360° by Benjamin Millepied

By: Opéra national de Paris

Published on Dec 1, 2015

Plongez dans l’expérience inédite et immersive de Clear, Loud, Bright, Forward, le dernier ballet de Benjamin Millepied.
Le directeur du ballet de l’Opéra national de Paris fait circuler les danseurs autour de caméras qui captent délicatement l’énergie aérienne de leurs mouvements.
Benjamin Millepied nous offre une chorégraphie céleste et exigeante adaptée à une technologie naissante.

Automatic Translation by Google Translate

Dive into the unique and immersive experience of Clear, Loud, Bright, Forward, the last ballet Benjamin Millepied.
The director of the ballet Paris National Opera dancers circulated around gently cameras capture the energy of air movements.
Benjamin Millepied offers a heavenly and demanding choreography adapted to an emerging technology.


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