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Stereoscopic Display ("3D")
Norman Rockwell. The Sphynx – Boy looking through a stereoscope.
Saturday Evening Post, January 14, 1922. Courtesy JD.
To bring out the 3-D effect, move your cursor
back and forth across the picture's edge:
You need Red/Blue Glasses to view this anaglyph image.
Hart, Snow Covers. From an image courtesy Steve Heselton.
Carbutt #224. T. C. Durant, Esq. & Heads of Depts. U. P. R. R. From an image courtesy of Barry A. Swackhamer.
The culmination of the stereoview art was the 20th century production of the
KEYSTONE STEREOGRAPHIC LIBRARY "TOUR OF THE WORLD"
comprising 7 book form slip cases, containing approximately 600 stereoviews
and a viewer, shown above, also available in a 1,200 stereoview version.
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