The Charles Dickens Museum and The Brian May Archive of Stereoscopy have collaborated, and a stereoscope with digitised Victorian 3-D images from Dr. May's collection is on show at the Museum's special exhibition 'To Be Read at Dusk: Dickens, Ghosts & the Supernatural.'
Dr Emma Merkling, Postdoctoral Fellow, The Courtauld, is giving a free online & in-person academic talk on 14th Nov 2022, which centres on the stereoscopic photographs of the medium Mina ’Margery’ Crandon, taken by researchers in her Boston séance room.
I thought I'd invite national and international friends to join everyone at Windsor paying respects to Queen Elizabeth II, just after sunrise on the cold morning of Saturday 17th September 2022.
I'm very fortunate to welcome to the Stereoscopy Blog British artist Jim Naughten. He uses photography, stereoscopy and painting to explore historical and natural history subject matter in a beautiful and unique way. He's written something special for Stereoscopy Day to celebrate the art, explaining how he got into stereoscopy and how he uses it with his work.
Wishing everyone a very happy 1st International Stereoscopy Day! On this very day 184 years ago, in 1838, Charles Wheatstone presented his invention the stereoscope, and demonstrated his theory of binocular vision to the Royal Society. The Stereoscopy Blog invites you to celebrate with us!
World Stereoscopy Day, being held on the 21st June every year, is an international celebration of stereoscopic 3-D. Whilst everyone is encouraged to join in and celebrate in their own way, the website has just released a list of some of the events being held across the world to mark the occasion.
The Brian May Archive of Stereoscopy have announced the first international Stereoscopy Day is to take place on June 21st 2022.
The London Stereoscopic Company have announced the launch of their latest book 'Stereoscopy: The Dawn of 3-D' will take place online on the 10th November 2021.
The oldest image of a family visiting Stonehenge has been discovered in the collection of Dr. Brian May...and it's in stereoscopic 3-D! The image will go on display, along with others, in a specially-made stereoscopic cabinet, on loan to Stonehenge from Dr. Brian May.
Photo historians, researchers, artists, curators, collectors and innovators have once again been invited to talk about their passion to explore various aspects of stereoscopy at this event.