Through the Eyes of Giants

2013 Third prize
Arash Afraz and Ken Nakayama
Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University, USA

If a giant whose eyes are 200 yards apart look down at your city, how would the city appear to him? We boarded a Cessna and took areal photographs of Boston from viewing points hundreds of yards apart, then converted the shots to anaglyphs. Using 3D glasses, you can now experience Boston through the eyes of a giant. This way, you perceive the city as a miniature 3D model of Boston; a city that is tiny compared to your head size but has all the details of a real city.

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