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Devices like the View-Master—an update of the Victorian stereoscope—achieved fad status in those years, and the Stereo Realist camera put 3-D photography into the hands of eager amateurs.
Souvenirs proliferated—candlesticks and canes turned from sequoia wood, packets of sequoia seeds, hotel postcards and stereoscope images.
The two images looked three-dimensional when viewed through a stereoscope.
Like viewers using an old-fashioned stereoscope, historians look at the past from two slightly different angles—then and now.
Once Brewster’s design hit the market, the stereoscope exploded in popularity.
The world in a stereoscope seemed transcendent, hyper-real.
THE STEREOPOD Combine two iPod photos (synced to the same image) and an antique stereoscope for a 3-D view.
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Definition of stereoscope for English Language Learners
: a device that is used for viewing stereoscopic images
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