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  1. Introduction to 3-D;: Three dimensional photography in motion pictures by H Dewhurst, 1954
  2. Stereoscopy: News and Information on 3-D Photography and Other Forms of Stereo, a run of 16 issues
  3. New 3-D photography device created with virtual team, minimal travel, and SolidWorks.: An article from: EDP Weekly's IT Monitor
  4. The Cabaret Club Girls in 3-D Photography Camera Studies Club
  5. New 3-D photography device created with virtual team, minimal travel, and SolidWorks.: An article from: Federal Computer Market Report
  6. PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS. ABRIDGMENTS OF SPECIFICATIONS RELATING TO PHOTOGRAPHY. PART III. A.D. 1867-1876. by Commissioners of Patents., 1878
  7. Introduction to 3-D: Three dimensional photography in motion pictures,with chapters on Wide-screen, Cinerama and sterio television by Hubert Dewhurst, 1954
  8. The world of 3-D: A practical guide to stereo photography by Jacobus G Ferwerda, 1982
  9. Tasteful Temptations - The Erotic 3D Photography of Larry Ferguson 3-D by Shh! Productions, 2008
  10. 3D and Naughty! A Sensual Collection of Pin-Up Photography in Amazing 3-D! by Shh! Productions, 2005
  11. 3D and Naughty! A Sensual Collection of Pin-Up Photography in Amazing 3-D! by Shh! Productions, 2005
  12. Three-Dimensional Photography: Principles of Stereoscopy (3-D 3 Dimensional by Herbert C. McKay, 1953-01-01
  13. Three-Dimensional Photography: Principles of Stereoscopy (3-D 3 Dimensional by Herbert C. McKay, 1951-01-01
  14. LA Foto D'Arte 3: Art Photography, 1955-1983 (Grandi Temidella Fotografia)

1. XYZ 3-D Photography
True stereoscopic images, glasses optional! XYZ 3d photography is an amateur stereo website featuring anaglyphs and
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2. XYZ 3-D Photography
Describes how 3D photographs can be produced with a single camera and where to obtain the viewing glasses. True stereoscopic images, glasses optional! XYZ 3d photography is an amateur stereo website featuring anaglyphs and
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True stereoscopic images, glasses optional! XYZ 3-D Photography is an amateur stereo website featuring anaglyphs and other 3-D goodies. [Home] [ Introduction Gallery
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3. Reel 3-D Enterprises, Inc. - 3-D Stereo Photography Supplies And Books: Homepage
An OnLine Catalog of 3-D (Stereo) Photography Supplies Q A about 3-d photography Resources. Catalog Request
http://www.stereoscopy.com/reel3d
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Dear 3-D Friends, PLAN AHEAD!!! WE WILL BE CLOSED beginning Friday, May 16, 2003 will reopen Monday, June 16, 2003. www.stereoscopy.com/isu-2003 if you would like more details on this convention. During this time we will also be visiting relatives in Brussels, and attending a 35 year high school reunion! A busy time for us, so please note that we will be closed for a whole month! Any emails or orders received during this period will be dealt with AFTER we return. If you are in a hurry for supplies we list some other sources on the "Q&A" link on our Home Page , and on the Stereoscopy.com Services page. We apologize for any inconvenience, and thank you for your understanding. PLAN FAR AHEAD!

4. EE148 3-D Photography - Class Project, Spring 1998
EE148 3d photography - Class Project, Spring 1998 Home-Brew 3-d photography Jay Kubicky - June 5, 1998 Various methods exist for digitizing a solid object in 3-D. Most of the non-contact methods are based on triangulation in one form or another.
http://www.multires.caltech.edu/teaching/courses/3DP/presentations/Kubicky/ee148
EE148: 3-D Photography - Class Project, Spring 1998
Home-Brew 3-D Photography
Jay Kubicky - June 5, 1998
Various methods exist for digitizing a solid object in 3-D. Most of the non-contact methods are based on triangulation in one form or another. The method used in the course taught at Caltech makes use of an LCD projector, a video camera, and various computer interfaces. This system produces good results on medium-sized objects at high speed. Commercial systems, such as those produced by Cyberware produce better results by means of laser light sources and multiple sensors. Cyberware systems scan from small to large objects at medium speeds, but can cost over $400,000, excluding the host computer. My goal for this project was to build an inexpensive scanning system using readily-available components. The particular system I produced can scan small objects at a slow speed, although the object size could be increased with minor system changes. Excluding the computer, the total cost of my system is under $500.
System Description Results Credits
June 4, 1998

5. 3-D Pictures Of Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, Dinosaurs, More
The first 3d photography was in the form of black and white stereo cards, viewed with a stereoscope.
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7. Reel 3-D Enterprises, Inc.: Questions And Answers About 3-D Photography
Questions and Answers About 3d photography Q-1 What is 3-d photography? A-1 3-D (or stereo) photography uses a special two-lensed camera with lens spacing about the same as your eyes.
http://www.stereoscopy.com/reel3d/faq.html
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Q-1
: What is 3-D Photography? A-1 : 3-D (or stereo) photography uses a special two-lensed camera with lens spacing about the same as your eyes. When the resulting two images are viewed in a two-lensed viewer, each eye sees the single corresponding image intended for it. The brain fuses these into a true three dimensional image with all of the depth and reality as the original. Q-2 : What do I need to get started in 3-D photography? A-2 : Although 3-D pictures can be taken with any camera (as long as the subjects are not moving), the simplest way to take 3-D prints is with an Argus Point-and-shoot 3-D Print Camera . It even comes with it's own 3-D Print Viewer . The easiest way to start taking 3-D slides is to get a 1950's stereo camera, such as a Stereo Realist or Kodak Stereo. Some independent labs still offers stereo mounting or you can cut and mount your own. Add a 3-D slide viewer and that's all you need! Q-3 : What books will give more "In Depth" information about 3-D photography? A-3 : For beginners " Photographing in 3-D " is a great start. If you are more advanced, "

8. Stereoscopic 3-D Photography Bibliography
Two bibliographies on the subject of stereoscopic photography, lenticular stereo, 3D cinema, and anaglyphs 1954 Dewhurst, H., Introduction to 3-D Three Dimensional Photography in Motion Pictures, London Chapman Hall, 152pp.,
http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~hl/3D.biblio.html
Bibliography of Stereoscopy This web page contains two bibliographies
  • 1. English-Language Books on Stereoscopy1853 to 1986
  • 2. H. A. Layer Bibliography and Activities (retired from stereo research: 1990)
1. Books on Stereoscopy 1853 to 1986
by Harold A. Layer
Stereoscopic literature is far more extensive than commonly realized. After collecting books on stereo for about twenty years, I tried to compile a chronological list of every English-language book on the history and technology of stereocopy published up to 1986. This bibliography appeared in STEREO WORLD, Vol 14(1): 44-5, March/April 1987, a very important publication in the field of stereocopy that is still being published by the National Stereoscopic Association. A link to NSA is given below. I included all 3-D cinematography texts as well as major 3-D camera guides, hardbound and paperback. A list in chronological order seemed more useful for collectors and researchers and reveals years of greatest activity and development. Not included in this bibliography are magazine articles, 3-D picture books, 3-D drawing books, books on holography, stereo tour guides (such as the Keystone Travel Series), and small pamphlets. These items, as well as an exhaustive listing of foreign-language materials, are contained in a series of bibliographies published in German by 3-D historian and stereographer, Walter Selle. These important volumes are now out-of-print, and I hope that someday they will be republished, either on paper or on the Web.

9. Professional Stereoscopic 3D Photography
3d photography Whether it be location, studio, or table-top photography,35mm, medium or large format you can be assured that
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hether it be location, studio, or table-top photography, 35mm, medium or large format... you can be assured that New Vision Technology can assist you in meeting your needs, budget and deadline.
In addition to the demanding requirements of normal photography, 3-D photography requires additional skill and experience. Let me briefly explain a few of the basics: S tereo Pair
3-D photography requires that a stereo pair of images be shot. This requires a camera, or cameras that are perfectly synchronized and have matching lenses. In some cases, where the subject or scene is not moving, a single camera can be used in conjunction with a slide bar to move the camera from one position to another. NVT uses a variety of special cameras for various situations and/or several custom slide bars that they have manufactured for there own use. S tereo Base
The stereo base is the actual distance between the two lenses, two cameras, or shift between the taking of images. This distance is determined by a mathematical formula that is relative to the focal length of the lenses, the distance to the nearest object in the scene, the location of infinity, and the final use and purpose of the image. This knowledge is critical toward producing a pair of stereo images that will be representative of the original scene, and be easily viewable by your audience.

10. Stereoscopic 3-D Photography Bibliography
Featured speaker at special evening show, 3d photographyA History of the Mediumand Current Works, at the San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco
http://online.sfsu.edu/~hl/3D.biblio.html
Bibliography of Stereoscopy This web page contains two bibliographies
  • 1. English-Language Books on Stereoscopy1853 to 1986
  • 2. H. A. Layer Bibliography and Activities (retired from stereo research: 1990)
1. Books on Stereoscopy 1853 to 1986
by Harold A. Layer
Stereoscopic literature is far more extensive than commonly realized. After collecting books on stereo for about twenty years, I tried to compile a chronological list of every English-language book on the history and technology of stereocopy published up to 1986. This bibliography appeared in STEREO WORLD, Vol 14(1): 44-5, March/April 1987, a very important publication in the field of stereocopy that is still being published by the National Stereoscopic Association. A link to NSA is given below. I included all 3-D cinematography texts as well as major 3-D camera guides, hardbound and paperback. A list in chronological order seemed more useful for collectors and researchers and reveals years of greatest activity and development. Not included in this bibliography are magazine articles, 3-D picture books, 3-D drawing books, books on holography, stereo tour guides (such as the Keystone Travel Series), and small pamphlets. These items, as well as an exhaustive listing of foreign-language materials, are contained in a series of bibliographies published in German by 3-D historian and stereographer, Walter Selle. These important volumes are now out-of-print, and I hope that someday they will be republished, either on paper or on the Web.

11. Computational Vision
Object recognition and tracking, face recognition, 3d photography.
http://www.vision.caltech.edu/

12. EE148 3-D Photography - Class Project, Spring 1998
Cardboard box horizontal orientation. Source object. 3-D Data. 3-D Data - YZprojection. Source object. 3-D Data - Click on plot to see animation. Some Meshes.
http://www.multires.caltech.edu/teaching/courses/3DP/presentations/Kubicky/data.
Data/Results
Here are the results of some objects I scanned. (Note: Some images are shown as left-right mirrors of actual data taken.) The raw data (lots of .BMP's) is here
Cardboard box - horizontal orientation
Source object 3-D Data 3-D Data - Y-Z projection Using the Y-Z projection, I was able to easily 'filter' the top of the box from the front face and then independently process each data set. Using JY's FitPlane function (which uses SVD to compute the best-bit plane through a set of points), I found best-fit planes for both faces. Then, using the equations of these planes (and assuming that the source planes were indeed flat and at right angles), I was able to compute some error figures for my data: Top Face RMS error = 0.0248cm, MAX error = 0.0981cm Front Face RMS error = 0.0264cm, MAX error = 0.1033cm Angle between best-fit planes: If we assume that the total 'scannable' volume for this setup is approximately 15x15x15cm, these error figures seem quite acceptable (well under 1%). The angular error (ideally, it should be 90deg) is due at least in part to a not-quite-square and not-quite-plane source. Also, my calibration stage is not perfectly square/flat (although it's darn close), and I'm suspicious of the optics on the Quickcam, even after applying the distortion correction.
Cardboard box - vertical orientation
Source object 3-D Data - Click on plot to see animation Some Meshes Click here to get to the VRML 2.0 file. (Note that the initial view-point may not be set correctly in the VRML file, but it's in there!) If you don't already have a VRML plug-in, one source is

13. An Introduction To 3-D (Stereoscopic) Photography
3d photography creates the illusion of depth perception in a photograph, althoughit lacks the full range of perception of the human mind and eye.
http://www.acsu.buffalo.edu/~kswiatek/StereoIntro.html
An Introduction to 3-D (Stereoscopic) Photography 3-D photography creates the illusion of depth perception in a photograph, although it lacks the full range of perception of the human mind and eye. 3-D is the abbreviation for "three-dimensional" and this type of photography has been in exis tence for as long as photography has existed. There is no difference between 3-D and stereoscopic photography. The world at large refers to this type of photography as 3-D, while practitioners of the medium refer to it as stereoscopic photography or more commonly, stereo photography. The use of th e terminology is similar to that used by lawyers: they refer to themselves as "Attorneys" while the rest of the world calls them "Lawyers" or chooses to refer to them with words that are unsuitable for this forum! What is stereoscopy? "A method of creating a 3 dimensional effect on a two dimensional surface using a pair of images taken from slightly different viewpoints, and viewed through specially made stereo-viewers." (1. Hedgecoe p. 342) What is stereoscopic photography?

14. Taipei Stereographic
name. This site has information and examples of Stereo Real 3DPhotography. If D Club. What is Stereo Real 3-d photography?
http://phillips.personal.nccu.edu.tw/3d/
Taipei Stereographic
Resources and Images
3D Photography
Stereo Pairs and Other Neat Stuff
This page has been accessed times since it's establishment 20 August 1997. Page counts courtesy of the good people at WEBcounter . If you link to TAIPEI STEREOGRAPHIC , link to this index page as the underlying pages may change location or URLs. In the following pages you will find links to the resource pages and galleries for Taipei Stereographic , a non-existent organisation with a very kool name. This site has information and examples of Stereo "Real" 3-D Photography . If you live in Taiwan and are interested in learning more, then please read the information files to find out how to contact the folks at the Stereo Society Taipei , an actual non-bogus 3-D Club
What is Stereo "Real" 3-D Photography?
Here you will find the detailed explanations of Stereo 3-D Photography as well as information on how to create your own 3-D photographs.
Stereo 3-D Gallery
Here you will find some of my photographs as well as other similar files related to Taipei Stereographic 's mission.

15. Incredible Images -- Mesney Photography -- Image Gallery -- Nike 3-D Photography
Image Gallery. Nike 3-d photography (Stereography). Back To PhotographyPage Image Gallery Main Menu. This sample pair of 3-dimensional
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Back To Photography Page Image Gallery Main Menu This sample pair of 3-dimensional images was created as part of a 3-D slide-show extravaganza introducing Nike store displays to retailers and sales people.
The 3-D effect is created by using polarizing filters on the slide projectors and polarizing glasses for the viewers. Some people can see the 3-dimensional effect by simply "crossing their eyes" while viewing the stereo-image pair.

16. 3-D Photography Q & A
Courtesy of Reel 3D Enterprises. 1 What is 3-d photography? 3-D original.2. What do I need to get started in 3-d photography? Although
http://www.stereoview.org/q&a.html
Courtesy of Reel 3-D Enterprises 1: What is 3-D Photography?
3-D (or stereo) photography uses a special two-lensed camera with lens spacing about the same as your eyes. When the resulting two images are viewed in a two-lensed viewer, each eye sees the single corresponding image intended for it. The brain fuses these into a true three dimensional image with all of the depth and reality as the original.
2. What do I need to get started in 3-D photography?
Although 3-D pictures can be taken with any camera (as long as the subjects are not moving), the simplest way to take 3-D prints is with an Argus Point-and-shoot 3-D Print Camera . It even comes with it's own 3-D Print Viewer. The easiest way to start taking 3-D slides is to get a 1950's stereo camera, such as a Stereo Realist or Kodak Stereo. Some independent labs still offers stereo mounting or you can cut and mount your own. Add a 3-D slide viewer and that's all you need!
3. What books will give more "In Depth" information about 3-D photography?
For beginners "Photographing in 3-D" is a great start. If you are more advanced, "Stereo Photography"

17. 3-D Links
3d photography, 3-D Books, Supplies and Related Matter. I3DX - This company specializesin 3-D amateur photography, commercial and medical applications.
http://www.stereoview.org/3dlinks.html
3-D Links
3-D Sites of General Interest
Dan's 3-D Page - A comprehensive listing of 3-D books published throughout the years. Valuable information for anyone interested in 3-D and photographic history. Over 300 3-D links can be found here as well! NSA convention information can also be found here. International Stereoscopic Union - International Stereo Society. Host of worldwide conventions, exhibitions, etc. Host of Sydney, 2001 convention.
Stereoscopy.Com
- A large resource for 3-D information and materials of all kinds. This site is maintained by Alexander Klein. He brings all kinds of 3-D supplies, books, viewers, etc. to stereo fans around the world. Stereo Club of Southern California - This is an active group of stereo photographers who create 3-D images in a variety of formats. Information about stereo photography including selected 3-D images created by members of this fine group are available at this site. Host club for the NSA 2002 convention. Photographic Society of America - Stereo Division - Stereo exhibitions including international exhibitions of cards, slides and stereo electronic entries. Cascade Stereo Club - Located in Portland, OR. an active club of stereo members dedicated to stereo viewing and collecting. Host club for the NSA 2004 convention.

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19. 3-D Photography By Dick Oakes
3d photography by Dick Oakes Previous Page Interests Home Page THEDRAWBACKS OF 3-d photography First of all, there's the expense!
http://www.dimensional.com/~phantomr/3dphotog/3dphotog.htm
3-D Photography by Dick Oakes Previous Page Interests Home Page HOW TO SEE 3-D: Look "through" the pair on the left. Cross your eyes for the pair on the right. Grand Canyon from the
South Rim in Winter 1A (Left halves - gc01Aii / gc01Ax) Grand Canyon from the
South Rim in Winter 1B (Right halves - gc01Bii / gc01Bx) HOW THEY'RE TAKEN Since the early 1970s, I've been taking three-dimensional (3-D) stereo slidesnot with a 3-D camera, but with various standard single-lens-reflex (SLR) 35mm cameras. To do this, I first took a photo looking through the viewfinder with one eye, putting a point of a framing mark (or a dirt spot on the prism!) on some object in the distance. After the film was advanced, I moved the viewfinder to the other eye while keeping my head stationary, aligned the mark on the same object in the distance, and took the second photo. This process has been made easier since the introduction of auto-wind cameras. HOW THEYRE VIEWED After processing the slides, I place the left of the pair of slides into an old Gitzo dual slide viewer for the 3-D effect. This viewer was made by the Gitzo tripod company in Europe, but was discontinued many years ago. It has two single slide viewers mounted on a plastic rail (with thumb screws) and adjustable oculars for focusing. You can get the same effect by purchasing two small individual slide viewers (the kind you hold up to the light to see the slides) and holding them together for viewing with both eyes. (I also experimented with gluing them together, finding I needed to place something under the joint before gluing so that they were slightly angled inward when held up to the light.) If you want to build your own 3-D slide viewer, check out the

20. 3-D Photography Clubs On The Web
Stereo (3D) Photography Clubs on the Web 3-D Clubs in the US 3-D ClubsOutside the US US 3-D Clubs without Web Pages. 3-D Clubs in the US.
http://pw1.netcom.com/~bd3d/3d-clubs.html
Stereo (3-D) Photography Clubs on the Web
3-D Clubs in the US
3-D Clubs Outside the US US 3-D Clubs without Web Pages 3-D Clubs in the US Cascade Stereoscopic Club , Portland, OR
http://www.cascade3d.org

The Chicago Stereo Camera Club , Chicago, IL
http://www.geocities.com/stereophotography

Cordova Camera Club , Sacramento, CA
http://members.aol.com/cordovacc/

Detroit Stereographic Society , Detroit, MI
http://mywebpages.comcast.net/dssweb/

Genesee Valley Stereo Guild , Greater Rochester, NY
http://pweb.netcom.com/~bd3d/gvsg.html
K.C. Metro Photographer's Association - Stereo Division , Kansas City, KS http://kcmpa.tripod.com/index.html Nat'l Stereoscopic Ass'n Upper Midwest Region , Minneapolis, MN http://www2.bitstream.net/~tlmartin/nsaumr.html New York Stereoscopic Society , New York, NY http://www.ny3d.org
Oakland Camera Club Stereo Division , Oakland, CA http://www.3dculture.com/occ Ohio Stereo Photographic Society , Cleveland, OH http://home.att.net/~osps Potomac Society of Stereo Photographers , Washington, D.C.

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