Here you will find some short stereoscopic 3D videos that can be played on any viewing device that accepts side-by-side mp4 files.  These files are typically 3840 pixels wide by 1080 or 1200 pixels high at 30 frames per second.  Each frame contains an HD (or better) left view, and a separate right view, with the left view first (on the left).  They can be played on most stereoscopic-enabled 3DTVs (either HD and 4K) and are especially good on a 4K phone (like the Sony Xperia Z5 Premium) with an attached viewer (like the View-Vaster).  To download the typically 1.5GB .mp4 files, right click on the BLUE UNDERLINED LINK and do a "save this link"  to your computer or phone.


MORPHEOS TRAILER  4K VIDEO :  Fractal art in motion, in the trailer for the award winning Morpheos stereoscopic video.






MICROSCAPES :   Slowly growing microscopic crystals (photographed with a magnification of 12X to 50X) are formed by cooling a mixture of low-melting-point organic chemicals on a microscope slide.  Dynamic 3D Art.     


A SOAP FILM :   Dynamics of a thin liquid soap film, a few microns thick, contained on a ~1cm diameter ring.  Set to rock music, the widely varying and surprising structures (for a soap film) make for a zappy stereoscopic art piece.  Coming Fall 2017.


Earlier there were some 3D Blu-Rays made, but these are no longer available.   Sorry, but here is what we had:


  The MORPHEOS Trilogy (2013) 

Consisting of meditative and mind-expanding videos of morphing and transforming mathematical fractals, this collection contains the 12-19 minute shorts:  Morpheos, NeoMorpheos, The Fractal Menagerie (describing and illustrating a host of fractal genres), Fractals Forever (an introduction to fractal mathematics), and Prof. Hart's last effort in 3D video, Morpheos Reloaded  (all together totaling ~92min, with brief descriptions here).  

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HART3D Video Sampler (2013)

A collection of award-winning 3D shorts using high-speed photography, time-lapse, and stop-action.  A wide range of subjects includes ballistics, adventure sports, and nature (totaling about 53 minutes).  This volume contains the titles shown below (with brief descriptions here). 

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