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Masuji Suto's Free Online HTML5 3-D Webcam Twin Ver. 1.4 Released on July 25, 2020

Masuji Soto instructional video clip.

Masuji Suto's HTML5 3-D Webcam Twin Ver. 1.4 was released on July 25, 2020. The web application can display live stereo images from different left and right web camera sources. The free program supports various 3-D display formats including SBS, Anaglyph, Interlace, etc.

The HTML5 3-D Webcam Twin Ver. 1.4 is available online along with links to instructions in both English and Japanese and a sample video.

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Stereo World Magazine, July/August 2020, Vol. 46, No. 1

Stereo World magazine cover art.

The July/August 2020 issue of Stereo World magazine is now available.

Inside this issue:

3-DCon Goes Virtual
European Gems
Gutzon Borglum and the Klan Carved a Pluton
Taking a Dive into the 3-D Deep Sea
WWI Through the 3-D Cameras of Two German Soldiers
Ogle and Edge Lakeland Stereographers
The Unknowns
NewViews
Editor’s View
50s Flavored Finds
Classifieds and more!

Join the National Stereoscopic Association and get six issues of Stereo World magazine with your annual membership.

To order individual printed back issues of Stereo World from the past three years only, write to:

Back Issues
P.O. Box 86708
Portland OR 97286

Or, email strwld@teleport.com.

Back issues are $8 each postpaid in the U.S. and $10 each for international shipment.

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2020 National Stereoscopic Association Aug. 14-16 3-D-Con Goes Virtual Due to COVID-19

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2020 convention logo cross-eye view by Rob Ellis

The National Stereoscopic Association's 3-D-Con convention will go virtual on Aug. 14 through 16, 2020. Organizers will announce the platforms they will be using soon. All the workshops and theatre shows will be recorded so you will be able to watch at your convenience, in your time zone. Some segments that require questions and responses will have a specific time.

Organizers are asking you to register so they can send you anaglyph and polarized glasses to view the workshops, theatre shows and the conference within a conference. In your registration packet you will also receive a beautiful Image3D reel created by members of the PSSCC, along with codes and information to attend the zoom and YouTube sessions. Organizers plan to have an awards ceremony also.

Get more details on the 3-D-Con website.

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Missouri Dentist Uses 3-D Viewers in Lobby Display

Antique cameras and viewers in a glass display case.

Stereoviewer on pedestal base.

A Missouri dentist's office has a display case featuring antique cameras in its lobby area. A couple of stereoviewers are included. Can anyone identify the model of the white stereoviewer with stand is sitting on top of the glass case?

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It Came From Outer Space Premiere at the RKO Theatre in Los Angeles (1953)

RKO Hillstreet movie marquee.

Photo taken during the Los Angeles premiere of It Came from Outer Space at the RKO Hillstreet Theatre in 1953.

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Wizard 3-D Close-up Bar (Circa 1960s)

Wizard Close-up bar flyer

Wizard Close-up bar flyer

The Wizard 3-D Close-up Bar was sold by the Wizard 3-D Company in Des Moines, Iowa. The gadget could be used with a 3-D or 2-D camera as described in the promotional order form flyer.

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3-D Wishlist - King Kong vs. Godzilla

King Kong vs. Godzilla british quad poster art.

No doubt the rebooted Godzilla vs. Kong will be a 3-D release but we would like to see a 3-D version of the 1963 version of King Kong vs. Godzilla. The scene where Godzilla destroys a train was terrifying to 1963 audiences and would be awesome in 3-D! What movies would you like to see converted to 3-D and released on 3-D Blu-ray?

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Auction Results

Stereo Realist Model 81 Projector

Stereo Realist Model 81 projector.

A Stereo Realist Model 81 projector with storage case was offered for $499. The seller listed it as working but the slide changer feeds slides initially but then you have to "futz" with it. The seller also suggested replacing the bulbs, which started smoking due to a degraded coating.

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