Kenneth Dunkley earned a significant place in the history of black inventors by creating Three Dimensional Viewing Glasses (3-DVG). This patented invention displays 3-D effects from regular 2-D photos without any type of lenses, mirrors or optical elements.
By studying human vision, Dunkley discovered that blocking two points in a person's peripheral vision will cause an ordinary picture to appear 3-Dimensional. His 3-DVG was developed to block out these points.
Dunkley now conducts visual effects workshops at the Museum of Scientific Discovery in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. This noted African American inventor is also a leader in the field of holography.
Children’s natural instinct to brainstorm and create should be nurtured by parents and teachers alike. Coming up with new product ideas and inventions is a great way to instill a love of science, math, marketing and the entrepreneurial spirit. It also teaches cooperation and instill tremendous conf
|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|