Diferenças entre edições de "Estereoscópio"

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Embora dispositivos mais recentes, como visualizadores de [[slides]] 3D em formato realista e o View-Master também sejam estereoscópios, a palavra agora é mais comumente associada a visualizadores projetados para placas estéreo de formato padrão que desfrutaram de várias ondas de popularidade desde 1850 até 1930 como meio de entretenimento doméstico.
 
Dispositivos como óculos polarizados, [[Anáglifo|anáglifos]], que são usados ​​para visualizar duas imagens realmente sobrepostas ou mescladas, em vez de duas imagens fisicamente separadas, não são categorizados como estereoscópios.<ref>{{Cite news |url=https://www.thetimes.co.uk/archive/article/1856-10-31/10/7.html?region=global#start%3D1856-01-01%26end%3D1985-01-01%26terms%3Dyour%20stereoscope%26back%3D/tto/archive/find/your+stereoscope/w:1856-01-01%7E1985-01-01/1%26prev%3D/tto/archive/frame/goto/your+stereoscope/w:1856-01-01%7E1985-01-01/1%26next%3D/tto/archive/frame/goto/your+stereoscope/w:1856-01-01%7E1985-01-01/3 |titulo=thetimes.co.uk |date=1856 |work=The Times}}</ref><ref name="Wheatstone">Contributions to the Physiology of Vision.—Part the First. On some remarkable, and hitherto unobserved, Phenomena of Binocular Vision. By CHARLES WHEATSTONE, F.R.S., Professor of Experimental Philosophy in King's College, London. [http://www.stereoscopy.com/library/wheatstone-paper1838.html Stereoscopy.com]</ref><ref>Welling, William 1978. ''Photography in America'', p.&nbsp;23. 0690014511.</ref><ref name="Brewster1856">{{cite book|url=https://archive.org/details/stereoscopeitsh02brewgoog|title=The Stereoscope; its History, Theory, and Construction, with its Application to the fine and useful Arts and to Education: With fifty wood Engravings|author=David Sir Brewster|publisher=John Murray|year=1856}}</ref><ref>{{Cite book|url=https://books.google.com/books?id=RawLAQAAIAAJ&q=Herbert%20Mayo%201833&pg=PA288|title=Outlines of Human Physiology|last=Mayo|first=Herbert|date=1833|publisher=Burgess and Hill|language=en}}</ref><ref>{{cite book|title=The Home Life of Sir David Brewster|last=Gordon|first=Margaret Maria|publisher=Cambridge University Press|isbn=978-1175699923|year=2010|location=New York|pages=345–346}}</ref><ref name="devices of wonder">{{cite book|title=Devices of Wonder: From the World in a Box to Images on a Screen|last=Stafford|first=Barbara Maria, Frances Terpak and Isotta Poggi|publisher=Getty Publications|isbn=978-0892365906|year=2001|location=Los Angeles|page=357}}</ref><ref>{{cite book|url=https://archive.org/details/stereoscopiccine0000zone|title=Stereoscopic Cinema and the Origins of 3-D Film, 1838–1952|last=Zone|first=Ray|publisher=University Press of Kentucky|isbn=978-0813124612|year=2007|location=Lexington|pages=[https://archive.org/details/stereoscopiccine0000zone/page/9 9]–10|url-access=registration}}</ref><ref name="Virtual Empire">{{cite web |url=http://sydney.edu.au/museums/collections/macleay/hist_photos/virtual_empire/origins.shtml |title=The Origins of Stereoscopy |work=Virtual Empire |publisher=Sydney University Museums |access-date=16 September -9-2013}}</ref><ref name="dubosq">[http://www.sue-davis.net/e23d/history.html E2 3-D – history of 3-D]</ref>
 
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