‘Stereovision' by John Nouanesing Adds a New Dimension to Decor

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published:   Updated: Apr 4 2011 • References: &
This ‘Stereovision’ table by John Nouanesing adds a new dimension to home furniture. While actual furniture is already in 3D, this tri-color design plays on 3D film technology for an eye-popping illusion.

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Implications - Three dimensional technology has made a booming comeback recently, representing another technological triumph of old innovations reinvented for a complete update. 3D technology ruled movie theaters and the backs of cereal boxes throughout the 1990s; however, this new, updated version is bigger than ever. This gives consumers a warm feeling of nostalgia while meeting today's high technological standards. Stats for 3D Tables Trending: Older & Chilly
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