2D to 3D
Astronomy | Anatomy series #2 |

Astronomy
These 2D-3D graphics can be viewed with or without 3D Chromadepth glasses which can be purchase at www.3dglassesonline.com. Lillian Schwartz’s research began a number of years ago when she worked with art restorers in Italy to identify colors that had been lost in damaged art works, specifically frescoes by Piero Della Francesca. Working with individual pixels to determine the subtleties of the missing colors opened up other areas of study in anatomical structures,  astronomical data obtained from telescopes, and her creations of the effects of global warming on our planet. Schwartz had been simultaneously working on images for 3D and found that she could “see” much more by alternating between 2D and 3D to separate areas that needed more detailed color decisions. In addition, she has been using the 3D glasses to enhance the viewing of colors in her experimental films.

Anatomy Series #1
Astronomy | Anatomy series #1 | Anatomy series #2 | Computer Generated
2006

These 2D-3D graphics can be viewed with or without 3D Chromadepth glasses which can be purchase at www.3dglassesonline.com. Lillian Schwartz’s research began a number of years ago when she worked with art restorers in Italy to identify colors that had been lost in damaged art works, specifically frescoes by Piero Della Francesca. Working with individual pixels to determine the subtleties of the missing colors opened up other areas of study in anatomical structures,  astronomical data obtained from telescopes, and her creations of the effects of global warming on our planet. Schwartz had been simultaneously working on images for 3D and found that she could “see” much more by alternating between 2D and 3D to separate areas that needed more detailed color decisions. In addition, she has been using the 3D glasses to enhance the viewing of colors in her experimental fimls.

Photography Source: Jeffrey H. Schwartz  “The Human Fossil Record”, John Wiley & Son, Ink

2D to 3D
Astronomy | Anatomy series #2 |

Anatomy Series #2

2006

These 2D-3D graphics can be viewed with or without 3D Chromadepth glasses which can be purchase at www.3dglassesonline.com. Lillian Schwartz’s research began a number of years ago when she worked with art restorers in Italy to identify colors that had been lost in damaged art works, specifically frescoes by Piero Della Francesca. Working with individual pixels to determine the subtleties of the missing colors opened up other areas of study in anatomical structures,  astronomical data obtained from telescopes, and her creations of the effects of global warming on our planet. Schwartz had been simultaneously working on images for 3D and found that she could “see” much more by alternating between 2D and 3D to separate areas that needed more detailed color decisions. In addition, she has been using the 3D glasses to enhance the viewing of colors in her experimental films.

Photography Source: Jeffrey H. Schwartz  “The Human Fossil Record”, John Wiley & Son, Ink