These are snapshots of a photocopied instructional guide on how to make Vectographs that I received from my friend in 3-D, the late Sheldon Arranowitz.
Vectographs are black and white, 3-D Stereoscopic linear polarized prints. They are printed on reflective, solid or transparent substrates and a regular pair of linear polarized glasses are used to view them 3-Dimensionally.
Information on this process is very hard to come by and I believe the materials necessary to create them are now phased out. It is essentially a dead format.
If you have any additional information on either the Vectograph printing process or the more modern Stereojet color process, please reach out to me,
MadShifty AT parallax-shift DOT COM
I am trying to recreate some form of polarized printing process as I am an experienced printer and also versed in stereoscopic communication and process. It’s always a back burner project of mine 🙂
-ilicia a.k.a. Mad Shifty ;* 👌👌👌
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