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FormFiftyFive – Now in 3D


The third dimension, you’ve seen it in the cinema, it’s making its way into TV, and – in what could be a world first – it is now part of your favourite design blog.

At FormFiftyFive we love innovation and have been working with 3DTV specialists 3D-Rabbit for the past 4 months to develop the worlds first 3D website. We will be issuing our readers with special anaglyphic stereogram glasses which will allow you to see all your favourite design inspiration in luscious 3D quality.

We will be testing this new development over the next few weeks and will be launching the full 3D site and issuing our glasses at the end of April.

As an initial test, we’ve added 3D toggle at the top of the page – please let us know what you think.

Watch this space.

(RSS readers – come visit the site for a change to experience the extra dimension)

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    1st Apr 2010
    1:36 am
  1. that’s great!
    i just imagine how great this feature would be! surfin thru fff in 3d, and automaticly compiling all the posts into 3d! yeah! that would rock even james c!
    but sadly, it’s april 1st. damit :(

  2. Justin Root
    1st Apr 2010
    2:34 am
  3. Not gonna lie, I was fooled for a hot minute.
    I love April Fool’s Day.

  4. Faro
    1st Apr 2010
    5:40 am
  5. Yeah…that will be crazy!
    This is not an april 1st trick, isn\’t it? no? …

  6. Blair Millen
    1st Apr 2010
    8:08 am
  7. Amazing, I love it :-)

  8. Colin
    1st Apr 2010
    8:47 am
  9. Nice April Fools! Had me for about 15 seconds.

  10. Anthony
    1st Apr 2010
    9:15 am
  11. About time, a 3D site is what the world needs and good ol’ FFF have managed to be the first. Congrats fellas, it’s a real achievement. We will all look back on this day in the same manner people of a past generation look back on the invention of the ‘Talkies’.

    … or maybe not! :-)

  12. Michael_
    1st Apr 2010
    9:28 am
  13. This is just like Avatar! Great work guys.

  14. Raid71
    1st Apr 2010
    9:50 am
  15. haha!!

  16. staynicestaynice
    1st Apr 2010
    10:14 am
  17. love this 3D Pictoplasma trailer from Fons Schiedon:

  18. Patrick
    1st Apr 2010
    11:04 am
  19. What an awesome idea guys. Don’t have any 3D glasses unfortunately so can’t experience it…yet. May have to go watch avatar again just to get a pair so I can see this brilliance:-D x

  20. Milk Today
    1st Apr 2010
    12:46 pm
  21. Makes me wish I had a pair of those old-school 3D glasses just so I could see it anyway, despite the April Fools. :(

  22. Mads Burcharth
    1st Apr 2010
    1:16 pm
  23. Haha, you had me there for a second.

  24. SAM
    1st Apr 2010
    1:50 pm
  25. I think you may have been beaten to it boys!

  26. jen
    1st Apr 2010
    4:11 pm
  27. Dammit you had me for a mo there! But wish I had some of the old school red & green 3D glasses to hand just to see if this page does work in 3D.A 3D website would actually be cool!

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