A 3D film about Lukac’s – Anka’s Granary

As part of the projections at the last Stereoscopic Days in November 2023, a short 3D film about Lukac’s – Anka’s granary was also screened. Since it is a 3D film, it is most recommended to watch it in this technique. An anaglyph version for red-blue glasses is available, as well as full and half side-by-side formats, and as 2D. Selected photographs had to be converted into 3D, while the filming itself, Anka and I managed to put together in just one day.

According to oral tradition, the granary was built in 1814 and first marked in the Franciscan Cadastre in 1824. The granary served its purpose until the beginning of the seventies of the 20th century. In 2007, it was purchased by the current owner Anka Grom and renovated in 2016. It now welcomes numerous visitors and houses a collection of old tools and other items. Since 2000, the building has had the status of a cultural heritage property and is recorded in the registry under serial number EŠD 12406.

Anaglif: https://youtu.be/MDadKak0E0k
SBS: https://youtu.be/VzBS7ylD4Ps
hSBS: https://youtu.be/MQPnz-4icBY

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