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Stereoscopic Display ("3D")

Norman Rockwell, "The Sphynx" - Saturday Evening Post, January 14, 1922. Courtesy JD.
Norman Rockwell. The Sphynx – Boy looking through a stereoscope.
Saturday Evening Post, January 14, 1922.
Courtesy JD.


Stereo Animation
To bring out the 3-D effect,  move your cursor 
back and forth across the picture's edge:
Anaglyph (oo)
You need Red/Blue Glasses to view this anaglyph image.
John Chinaman on the Pacific Railroad [Animated]

John Chinaman on the Pacific Railroad [Anaglyph]

Anaglyph Software courtesy Georges Rosset.



Original Stereoview
John Chinaman on the Pacific Railroad [Stereoview]
Track workers on a hand car in the Utah desert. (E. & H.T. Anthony Stereoview #7148.)

See the exhibit of stereo viewers and the technical notes about freeviewing stereoviews without a viewer and about stereo animation ("wobble-stereo") and red/blue anaglyphs.


More Transcontinental Railroad Anaglyphs (oo)
You need Red/Blue Glasses to view these anaglyph images.

[Click on each image to bring up the next one.]
Anaglyph
Hart #252. Snow Gallery around Crested Peak,
Timbers 12x14 in, 20 in. apart. From an image courtesy Steve Heselton.

Anaglyph
Hart #44. Am. River and Canyon from Cape Horn. River below R. R. 1,400 feet. 57 miles from Sacramento.

Anaglyph
Hart #29. Trestle in Clipper Ravine, near Clipper Gap.

Anaglyph
Hart, Snow Covers. From an image courtesy Steve Heselton.

Anaglyph
Anthony #7100. Summit Hotel.

Anaglyph
Carbutt #224. T. C. Durant, Esq. & Heads of Depts. U. P. R. R. From an image courtesy of Barry A. Swackhamer.

Howard Goldbaum's Anaglyph Conversions of Historical Stereographs for Online Nevada Encyclopedia:

Nevada History in 3-D at the Online Nevada Encyclopedia

Waiting for the Cars:Alfred A. Hart's Stereoscopic Views of the Central Pacific Railroad, 1863-1869, by Wendell Huffman, with anaglyphic conversions by Howard Goldbaum

More Anaglyphs

Free 3D Glasses

3D Glasses - More Anaglyphs

Anachrome 3D Glasses

3D Stereo

Modern Anaglyphs

An assortment of Vintage Stereoviews

Frame for Snow Covering, interior view stereoscopic wiggle animation.


KEYSTONE STEREOGRAPHIC LIBRARY
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.
Photo Courtesy of
Jackson's International Auctioneers & Appraisers


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