This month the KeyMac meeting will include a demonstration of a new program which is designed to help us assemble neat graphics and text designs for business, social organizations, hobbies, or other personal use.
I admit that I have been curious about 3D graphics for some time because I couldn’t picture in my mind how what I knew as 3D could be displayed on my computer’s monitor screen. I understood 3D in dual still photos or “artwork,” such as 19th century cardboard stereopticon slides and the View-Master disks of my childhood. I even remember going to a movie where the audience wore red and blue glasses to see action that seemed to take place both in front of and beyond the screen. (After the show we went out into the real world and blinked from one eye to the other as we watched everything switch from orangish to greenish.) Then the Polaroid 3D movies came out in full color, with giant frogs that jumped into our laps.