Doing anything with stereogram viewing
steffen.schilke at GMAIL.COM
Thu Oct 11 14:25:51 EDT 2012
in Germany there are at least two museums which exhibit such kind of
Frankfurt EXPLORA Science Center, http://www.explora.info
Dinkelsbühl 3D-Museum, http://www.3d-museum.de (was even featured in the
Japanese TV:http://www.panoramio.com/photo/79431997 or video
The section Presse Pix shows you pictures - to display them with a computer
might be possible but there they use slides in small projectors like a
binocular viewer devices. They use high quality lenses for this.
On Thu, Oct 11, 2012 at 8:07 PM, Bob Rasmussen <ras at anzio.com> wrote:
> I'm curious whether anyone is doing anything to make archived stereograms
> (such as http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2003668464/resource/)
> visible in 3D on a computer or TV screen. Some PC monitors and laptops,
> and 3D TV's connected to some PC video cards, could potentially do this
> (generally requiring glasses). If you are aware of any projects in this
> area, please let me know.
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