One of my favorite twitter accounts of all time- Pre Cinema History (who has an OUTSTANDING book out which I'm dedicating a post to very soon) posted a book I have previously perused through and I feel it's a perfect post to debut a new regular posting category- READDD! READDD is a new blog category … Continue reading READDD- “Collecting Photographica: The Images and Equipment of the First Hundred Years of Photography”
How to Make Polaroid Vectograph Prints
These are snapshots of a photocopied instructional guide on how to make Vectographs that I received from my friend in 3-D, the late Sheldon Arranowitz. Vectographs are black and white, 3-D Stereoscopic linear polarized prints. They are printed on reflective, solid or transparent substrates and a regular pair of linear polarized glasses are used to … Continue reading How to Make Polaroid Vectograph Prints
Neuroscience of Consciousness. Volume 2021, Issue 2
Direct link to the issue here- ://academic.oup.com/nc/article/2021/2/niab017/6369785?login=false You can navigate through through the clickable “Article Contents” outline, pictured below. Table of contents I haven’t read through it yet, but I have a strong feeling it may make it’s way to the essential list links page 🙂 enjoy!
Early Articles on Stereoscopic Cinema, Television & Live Theatre
These articles on Stereoscopic Cinema, Stereoscopic Television & transmission and live stage effects date back to the late 1920’s & early 1930’s. These are assorted findings I’ve saved in my phone throughout the year and I have previously posted them in some older posts on my Twitter & insta accounts. They are as researched from … Continue reading Early Articles on Stereoscopic Cinema, Television & Live Theatre
Stereoscopic Arifacts- The RAREST of the rare- Anaglyph Lantern Slides & Viewer
Pictured below, are images of a very rare set of Magic Lantern anaglyph slides and handheld anaglyph viewer. There is not a whole lot I can say about this set of anaglyph Magic Lantern slides or the viewer pictured above. The fact that the images of these artifacts even crossed my path at all is … Continue reading Stereoscopic Arifacts- The RAREST of the rare- Anaglyph Lantern Slides & Viewer
The Illustrated London News #4429 Vol 164 from March 8, 1924.
The Illustrated London News #4429 Vol 164 from March 8, 1924.Some of the very first anaglyphs printed in a major serialized publication. the Illustrated London News came complete with a packet of red and green celluloid and instructions how to make viewing glasses. A series of pictures and adverts continued to be printed in this … Continue reading The Illustrated London News #4429 Vol 164 from March 8, 1924.
Gelatin as a Photosensitive Material
Because this issue journal is dedicated to Gelatin, here we present a few applications of gelatin in the field of optics. Optics is the science that studies the production, propagation, interaction and detection of light. Various materials sensitive to light (photosensitive) are used for detection of light, such as photomultipliers, CCDs, crystals, two dimensional (2D) … Continue reading Gelatin as a Photosensitive Material
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