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Saturday, July 1, 2017
Jesus in the Garden
Here we have an antique 3D lenticular of Jesus at Gethsemane, made in the 1950's by Vari-Vue of Mount Vernon, New York. Lenticulars combine two or more images via an overlay that sends one (or more) images to the right eye, and one (or more) images to the left eye. When viewed, these images form a 3D image for the viewer, and many show great depth (3D effect not shown here). Religious based lenticulars were very popular in the 1950's and 1960's. They could be found in many stores and in many homes. Today, lenticulars are making a return, with computer technology and home printing. Wonders of the Bible has a very large collection of Christian lenticulars -- from the earliest days, to the 21st century. Thanks for looking. God Bless You: Today and Everyday!