Canadian Designer, Photographer, and Cinematographer Tom Kucy doesn’t sleep. Less than two days after we reported on NASA’s huge release of over 10,000 never-before-seen photos from the Apollo space missions, Kucy decided to work them into a project that involves taking these almost half-century old two-dimensional film images and converting them into moving, stereoscopic 3D photographs.

It’s not just that he casually threw these into After Effects and called it a day. He lovingly handpicked just the perfect photographs to show off this type of effect and applied it in a tasteful, subtle way that creates truly haunting and beautiful works of art. Compiled into this short 2:21 film, they are brought to us in razor-sharp 4K resolution.

Tom is a serious talent on all fronts and plans on releasing more content for this impressive project. Be sure to check out his website and follow him on Instagram and Twitter to see what he does next. We also encourage you to check out Andrew Richardson’s article on NASA’s release of images for the Project Apollo Archive, in which you’ll find a collection of some of our favorite images, as well as links to where you can see the full archives to inspire your creativity!

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