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Stereo Photography: Early Virtual Reality

Stereo photography has been around for nearly as long as photography itself. In 1832, Charles Wheatstone discovered the process of creating a three-dimensional illusion using two-dimensional images and a special viewer. I won’t pretend to fully understand how this all works, but here is a simple explanation as told to me. Hold a finger out…
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