Incredible 3D colour images from 1850s Japan

Posted on 2016/08/23

In 1851, when Scotsman Sir David Brewster concocted a photographic gadget called the Lenticular Stereoscope, the way individuals saw the world changed until the end of time. In the wake of displaying it to Queen Victoria at the Great Exhibition in London, Victorians went insane for the new machine. Picture takers were sent far and wide to record renowned sights and occasions in stereo. “See the world from your parlor!” was only one of the numerous publicizing mottos used to advance the awesome new medium to learning parched Victorians. These mind boggling 3D pictures are only a small amount of the many thousands delivered.

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