3D Pictures Of Montreal Make The City Look Better Than Ever

Can you tell the difference?
3D Pictures Of Montreal Make The City Look Better Than Ever

Seems like everything is in 3D these days, even Montreal.

Having perfected a process to change regular images into 3-dimensional pictures, photographer Francois Dufour applied his method to the city of Montreal. What were once simple images of the city have been recreated into 3-dimensional photos.

We've compiled a bunch of original photos of Montreal, and their 3d recreations. See if you can see the difference.

No red and blue 3d glasses needed, just take a look below.

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How does Montreal look in 3D?

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