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Brooklyn’s Prospect Park Celebrates 150th Anniversary with 19th-Century Stereograms

The Brooklyn’s Prospect Park opened in 1867 in New-york, USA and is celebrating its 150th birthday with a collection of 19th Century stereograms from the New York Public Library’s collection of stereoscopic images.

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The Lullwater from Nethermead Circuit, Prospect Park, stereoscopic view (courtesy Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Photography Collection,The New York Public Library)

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"Queen in 3D" Teaser

Co-founder of the London Stereoscopic Company (with a PhD in astrophysics and best known as the legendary Queen guitarist) Brian May has released a new teaser video for his upcoming book, "Queen In 3D". The book will be available from May 25, 2017. Watch the 4 minutes 30 teaser here under.

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Apple has been granted a U.S. Patent for a game-controlling 3D camera

On February 28, 2017, The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 62 newly granted patents for Apple Inc. Our attention was focusing U.S. Patent 9,582,889 describing a technology acquired from PrimeSense about a 3D depth camera that could be used to control gameplay with gestures. A possible application is an automatic facial recognition, so sometimes you will be able to log to your iMac (or iPhone 8 ?) just looking at the screen, just the same "Windows Hello" way Microsoft announced for Windows 10.

Discover both sides of the 3D Recognition Force here under in video.

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A 3D Documentary Shot in Basque Country (France) in 1936 Viewed "As Intended by Louis Lumière"

The "Euskadi" documentary was shot by René Le Hénaff with an anaglyph stereoscopic camera rig on the west coast of France in 1936. After the Bilbao festivel, it was projected last Friday in Bayonne as the master himself (Louis Lumière) did it at the time. The audience watched the movie with good old cardboard red/cyan glasses. What makes  "Euskadi" special is that it was shot and featured only one year after Louis Lumière presented its new anaglyph cinema invention at the Académie des Sciences in Paris. The movie was presented in 3D at the Olympia movie theatre in Paris in 1937. Details and trailer here under.

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