The Stereoscope: its History, Theory, and Construction, With its Application to the Fine and Useful Arts and to Education
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Introduction; history of the stereoscope; on monocular and binocular vision; description of ocular, reflecting, and lenticular stereoscopes; the theory of stereoscopic vision; on the union of similar pictures in binocular vision; description of different stereoscopes; method of taking pictures for the stereoscope, and the adaptation of them; application of the stereoscope to painting, sculpture, architecture, engineering, natural history, educational use and for amusement; on the production of stereoscopic pictures from a single picture; on certain fallacies of sight; on certain difficulties in the use of the stereoscope. Illustrated with engravings and diagrams. Page number(s) as given: file ending 001 is not included in pagination, files ending 043_2-050 are pp.76-89