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March 16, 2015

30 Stunning 3D Animated Stereo Images from the Late 19th Century

Stereoscopics or 3D imaging is a technique for creating or enhancing the illusion of depth in an image by means of stereopsis for binocular vision. Most stereoscopic methods present two offset images separately to the left and right eye of the viewer. These two-dimensional images are then combined in the brain to give the perception of 3D depth.

Prof. A. H. Thompson, ca. 1873.

Actresses LeClaire and Forbes, ca. 1865.

Victorian dancers, 1899.

The elephants of the Barnum & Bailey Circus parade down Pennsylvania Avenue in May 1894.

Edgar Williams playing in the garden outside his parents' house Viewbank on Maitland Street, Dunedin, Sep 1894.

Family prayer meeting, circa 1869.

a group on Flag Staff Ledge in Mauch Chunk, PA, ca. 1885.

Summit excursion, ca. 1885.

Drummer boys, circa 1869.

Women's militia, 1861.

artist Alexander Helwig Wyant sketching Ancient ruins, Cañon de Chelle, N.M., 1873.

Christmas morning, 1898.

Spring Street in holiday attire, San Francisco, circa 1890s.

Naval veterans parade, circa 1895.

Broad Street, Philadelphia, ca. 1895.

In the ruins of Savannah, 1865.

Sarah Jetton(?) visiting Polk's tomb, detail, 1864.

Les Trois Camarades, circa 1862.

Resting along the way, circa 1862.

Pawnee Indian camp, 1866.

View on the ocean beach, ca. 1890s.

The May Queen, 1886.

Club Girls of Friend's School, Providence, R.I., 1874.

Black Horse, wife and child in native costume, confined in Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Florida, ca. 1890s.

Woman with a book sitting on a low tree, ca. 1880.

Playing catch, ca. 1890s.

The swing, ca. 1860s.

Grand review of the army, 1865.

Quaker Almshouse, erected 1713, ca. 1880.

Dr. Arey & staff, circa 1888.

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