Stereoscope is the Project Blinkenlights' latest installation in downtown Toronto. Like Berlin and Paris in the past, the group will transform a building, the city hall, into a giant display.
This 3D simulator allows you to watch the blinking lights live, exactly as you can view them on Nathan Philips Square in front of the City Hall in Toronto. Choose from multiple camera presets, cycle though presets by double-tapping or move the view around by flicking and pinching.
After the main event on October 4th, 2008 and a week of blinking, the application will preserve the installation in virtual space and display replays of the live feeds.
Retina support for the new iPad
Ratings and Reviews
Cool real world/cyberspace crossover
This is a brilliant art project. Very nice real world/cyberspace integration. You can create your own graphics using a computer and submit for presentation. Check out the project website.
if you can't see it in person this is the next best thing.
This is actually a neat app, though I'm not sure how this will help me in real life. But it's still fun to use!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.