What I’m Sure Won’t Be My Last Wigglegram from the Eisho-in Temple
Animatable Wigglegram (18 frames) — slowly sweep mouse from side to side to view 3D effect
写真の上をマウスで左右にゆっくり動かすと「3D」な感じが出ます。
The Eisho-in Temple This Morning
with its larger-than-life Buddha statue up on the hill

I popped out early this morning to visit the Eisho-in temple (栄摂院、京都市), first seen on my blog a week ago in A Few Views of Kyoto’s Spectacular Eisho-in Temple. It really does pack a visual punch for such a small place, and I had it completely to myself the whole time I was there.

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Spectacular, dear I’m sure Jena will be thrilled

— comment by Grandma Friedl, Ohio, USA on December 1st, 2017 at 1:22am JST (4 months, 21 days ago) comment permalink

Jena WAS! She especially liked how you could peek *through* the stone lantern at the far edge of the wigglegram.

— comment by Marcina on December 2nd, 2017 at 1:04am JST (4 months, 20 days ago) comment permalink

Thanks for posting this!
Its a beatiful location.

— comment by Heiko, Wiesbaden, Hessian, Westgermany on December 3rd, 2017 at 4:37am JST (4 months, 19 days ago) comment permalink

I love these Wigglegrams they make for almost a holographic effect.

I wonder if you’ve thought about somehow sharing what’s needed, (the blog plugin etc), so others can do these? I suppose you could cook them down into a .gif, but not only would that decrease the image quality, but people couldn’t pan back and forth on them, which is part of the power of these.

I have indeed thought about sharing the apps, but it’s quite difficult to get good results (as slightly alluded to here), and also requires technical skill to make it viewable on the internet. I just haven’t had the energy to make things suitable for release. )-: —Jeffrey

— comment by Hugh on December 24th, 2017 at 11:07am JST (3 months, 29 days ago) comment permalink
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