Really interesting The photos are amazing--a real trip back in time. I'll bet the photographers could never have imagined their works would be available in a tool like this, but it is a perfect way to use them. Only problem is that some of the images seem to be out of "registration" so it's hard to get the full 3D effect. Is there any way to be able to "nudge" the images a bit so they get back into registration?
This is a wonderful collection I must salute the effort that went into making this app. It contains over 40,000 pictures, though some are repeated. I have collected stereo-opticon cards for several years and have appreciated them in an old time viewer. Seeing them like this is easier and equally enjoyable. It is easy to move back and forth in this app, though sometimes I don't know where I am in a sequence. Thank you for your efforts. This truly makes the cardboard VR viewer a useful item.
I'm a stereo freak. My favorite ones are Diableries. This app is easy for me because I'm cheating. Na na na boo boo! I'm using Brian May's invention called The OWL. You can learn about it on the London Stereoscopic Society social media pages or Brian May's social media pages. I can usually free view slides, but not on this app. I noticed a review someone needed help getting slides. You can buy slides, or you can go on social media and collect slides. Just observe copyright laws. Brian May is about to release a Queen in 3D book. I found a history book of the railroads done in stereos at a museum. I'm pretty sure I'm the first person to buy one seeing how happy he was. Best way to make it relevant is to show them these cameras are used now by film makers. It's how they make the 3D version.🙂 Sorry about the length. I couldn't find a way to reply.
First thing I thought of for Cardboard The very first time I tried Cardboard was right after I'd gone to see an exhibit of Pompeii artifacts, which included stereoscopic 19c images of the excavation. I was so happy to discover there was an app to see historic 3D photos! The voice search is a great idea, although I wish the UI wasn't so reliant on the flaky magnet switch. And yes, there is one Pompeii photo in the archives.
Great concept, ineffective search. This idea is amazing and I love it! But I want to use it to view stereograms of St. Anthony Falls in Minnesota during the late 1800's and the search doesn't work. I know there are tons of these stereograms in the NYC library system because I can find them on their website but this app fails to pull them up for me to view.
Hey guys, great simple app. But ever since I updated to Nougat I can't seem to view my own pictures. I've got the jps files in the stereogallery folder and they're not detected. Is this a bug? This is the best option I had, now it's broken.
Bug fixes for local file browsing, and a few other minor improvements.
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