Dec. 21, 2009 -- A new page about digital stereo cameras and displays for images and video.
Ocean Life -- single image stereogram by Martin Simon (1991)
You need red/blue glasses for the images below.
(81k) Pass -- MS(1995) (167k) Maggie -- MS(1995)
Below are some pictures from the Apollo missions. The astronauts sometimes made deliberate or accidental stereo images with their monoscopic Hasselblad camera by taking one exposure, hopping a little, and then taking a second exposure. (You can too, just not on the moon.)
The first image is from Apollo 15 and the other two are from Apollo 17.
pairs were selected by Peter and Barbara Schultz and I did the anaglyph conversion.
Below is a stereo scanning electron microscope (SEM) image made
by Norman Patterson which I converted to anaglyph form.
The 50's was the heyday of stereo photography. The picture below was taken by Marjorie Webster at a meeting of the Hollywood Stereo Club in 1953.
(203k) Edgar Bergen taking a stereo picture of Jayne Mansfield