People with low vision

Photographer Jamie Beck and Motion designer Kevin Burg used a relatively new kind of visual art, which they also invented. Image - photos and video, but something in between.
Photos on small changes that pay attention to the details of the viewer, and the main frame remains stationary. In a series of pictures "Looking at New York through my glasses" one can see how bright the world becomes, if you have good points.

If you wear glasses, then you know just how accurate these cinemagraphs are.

But, as soon as the focus movies in front of the glasses, the world becomes crisp.

Using these spectacles in a cinemagraph is a brilliant idea.

When out of frame (literally) the world is a blur.

We've never seen NYC like this before.

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