3D Photography has been around almost as long as photography itself, with 19th century "holmes cards" sometimes called "Victorian Television". The basics of the process have remained the same down through the years: take two pictures that are horizontally offset and then deliver one picture to each eye; the brain will then reconstruct the 3rd dimension.
The technology has changed, of course, from the holmes cards with two photos side by side and a special viewer with lenses to superimpose the images, to the ViewMaster circular cards of the mid-20th century, to the polarized projectors used now in modern 3D movies.
This web site uses an older technique -- the anaglyph -- that works in conjunction with inexpensive red/cyan glasses to deliver the 3D image.
Deland's an interesting town with a mixture of old & new and business, government, & university. A walk of a block can take you from a modern office building to a desolate scene. This web site is an attempt to chronicle those sights (and sites) in 3D.