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midnightblueowl
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#11 · Posted: 5 Jan 2006 18:06
Hello
I remember that at the Greenwhich maritime museum exhibition, on the way out, they had some holographic covers of the Tintin books which as you moved, the title changed languages. Does anyone else remember it?

Moderator Note: Before anyone imagines that they actually used holograms at Greenwich (which involves the use of lasers), the images in question were lenticular, which uses a ridged sheet of plastic to allow different images to be seen depending on the angle you stand at!
Rocky
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#12 · Posted: 6 Jan 2006 14:21 · Edited by: Rocky
Many moons ago jock123 asked:
For a long time (certainly throughout the 70s) ViewMaster had a 3-D version of Prisoners on their catalogue - they even used a frame of Tintin commanding the sun on the reel you found in the viewer for demonstration purposes. Anyone have those in their collection?

jock123,
I don't have this but there are some nice pictures of it here:
http://notrepassion.com/tintin%20view.htm

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