With over 9,000 photo pairs, hundreds of videos of cars and car culture events, and with more added daily, Cars In Depth is the largest publicly accessible archive of stereo 3D images of cars that exists anywhere. We have 3D images and videos of cars and trucks from the brass era cars of the late 19th century to the latest advanced concept cars, including some of the rarest automobiles on the planet as well as less rare, but equally exciting, interesting and historically significant cars and trucks. Cars In Depth is also the only place you can find 3D images from major automotive events and car shows. In many, perhaps most, instances, these are the only 3D photos or videos that exist of those cars and events. In addition, we also feature vintage 3D content relating to the world of automobiles, like the Keystone View company’s stereograms of Detroit car factories and Chrysler’s landmark 3D film for the 1939 New York World’s Fair. Of course as 3D becomes more popular, and as autostereo (glasses-free) 3D displays proliferate, we think that stereo 3D will eventually replace most 2D/mono photography, movies and television. We look forward to that day. When that happens, while we won’t be the only 3D car site, we’ll still have the largest amount of 3D content related to cars that you’ll be able to find.
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A realistic perspective on cars and car culture.
The original 3D car site.
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