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Life in 3D

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Low-tech way to 3D-er-ise your everyday life.

While driving south on the motorway on a winter's day, I found I needed some sunglasses, pulled into the service station and....they didn't have any.

But, they did have some sweets, some of which came in red or green cellophane wrappers, I was devising a way to stick those onto my ordinary glasses and I thought it'd just be life driving in 3D! But then, I realised I drive in 3D anyway.

But not to worry, by sticking the wrappers onto your own glasses you can make humdrum reality appear to be in 3D. Follow someone around in the street for several minutes and you can go "wow, looks just like 3D" when they throw objects at you..

not_morrison_rm, Jun 19 2011

http://xkcd.com/880/ [hippo, Jun 19 2011]

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       Now, 4D glasses, they would be neat …
8th of 7, Jun 19 2011
  

       //Now, 4D glasses, they would be neat//   

       I was thinking that..and 5D as well.
not_morrison_rm, Jun 19 2011
  
      
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