Louis World's Fair Through the Stereoscope on CD
CD, manufactured by Golden
Age Archives, features high
quality scans of the entire 100-view set of stereographs
at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair, originally published
by Underwood & Underwood in 1904. The CD contains an
exact archival copy of the complete 100 stereoview set St
Louis World's Fair Through The Stereoscope. Reference
books only list a 55 card set, however these cards are from
the rare original 100 card box as sold by Underwood &
Underwood. There are 55 numbered cards and 45 unumbered
cards. Views can be enlarged to see
the cards as they were originally published
in 3-D using a plastic (Lorgnette) or glass
viewer (not included). Views can be switched instantly from
2-D to anglyphic 3-D where they can be viewed with the pair
of red/blue glasses that come with the CD. The super high
quality scans of each card are exceptional. By enlarging
your view of each card, you can see things on the computer
screen that you may have missed on the originals.
Stereoview Guidebook World War Through the Stereoscope (1927)
Golden Age "virtual" book CD is an archival copy
of a great reference book for Keystone stereoview cards.
The CD contains an electronic reproduction of the 500 page
book originally published in 1927 by Keystone to accompany
the World War stereoview series. It contains the complete
title lists for the 300, 200, and 100 card sets, plus topical
and other indexes. This is great resource for collectors
of this material. The CD search feature should be particularly
useful for researchers and collectors. The CD also includes
high quality views of the original maps, which were included
in the book. Each view can be enlarged for easy reading
and study. The virtual book includes all the articles featured
in the original book, including interesting stories about
how to study the war using 3-D images, history of the stereoscope
World is published bimonthly with 40 or more pages per issue.
Stereo images from a variety of eras and formats are printed
as high quality side-by-side pairs, lavishly illustrating
every article. Stereo World publishes original research
by noted authorities on stereo photographers, their publishing
histories, the historic events and subjects they depicted
and their equipment and techniques.
featured are articles of interest to today's stereo photographers
and students of 3-D imaging techniques. Subjects
covered are cameras and projectors, viewers and other equipment,
3-D drawing and digital applications, View-Master® information,
3-D film and video developments and news of products and
services from around the world. Stereo related books are
reviewed and upcoming photo trade shows and exhibitions
National Stereoscopic Association (NSA) members receive
six issues of Stereo World annually as part of their membership.
Display and classified ads assist members in pursuing their
stereo activities. Members are offered free classified advertising,
with 100 free words per year, divided into three ads.
Maker 3-D ver. 1.07
Maker is a freeware software program that allows you to
create a 3-D anaglyph image for red-blue glasses and creates
an interleave image that is 3-D for LC-shutter glasses from
your stereo photograph pair. This is one of the easiest
to use software packages to convert stereo pairs to anaglyphs.
The program is impressive and really powerful for such a
small download ZIP file (594kb).
JPEG or BMP (only 24 bit-color) files. You can adjust real
time for horizontal shift or vertical shift with 'U,D,L,R'
buttons on the screen. You can easily adjust brightness
or contrast of the image. The program is for Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP.
This is the latest version of the Anaglyph Maker program,
which was written in C++Builder5 by Takashi Sekitani.