What is a Phantogram?
What is a Phantogram & how is it different from other 3-D photography?
Phantograms are a new variation of 3-D photography.
Normal 3-D images are viewed straight on where the visual depth extends from the front to the back, as if looking through a window. Phantograms are viewed differently from ALL other images by having them laying flat in a horizontal position and looking down on them from a 45 degree angle. Phantograms defy logic by rising magically straight up into thin air, as in a "phantom" of the subject. For example: if a real teacup were placed next to a Phantogram of a teacup, you couldn't tell the difference until you tried touching one!
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