Stereogram for Cardboard 2.0

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About this app

Stereogram uses Google Cardboard to present vivid 3D images from history.

Powered by the NYPL Stereogranimator (, Stereogram allows you to:

-Search over 40,000 historical stereographs by voice
-Browse popular images from Stereogranimator.
-Curate your own list of favorite stereographs.
-View 3D images of your own

Stereogram requires a special housing for your smartphone, made to the "Google Cardboard" spec: , such as the DODOcase.

Other 3D/VR viewers such as the Durovis Dive, etc may be supported.

The Nexus 5 is the ideal phone for this app, or any 1080p smartphone that is compatible with Google Cardboard. The experience with other handsets may vary.

If you got a chance to try this app, please leave a review with your thoughts!
Updated on
May 2, 2018

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275 reviews
Tristan “宮本兼” Pott
August 21, 2020
It's really cool. The microphone access is for the voice-search interface. The only thing I don't like is that it currently cannot view standard, wide scanned images of stereographs that you've loaded on your phone itself. It currently seems to only work with a JPS file, or two seperate images for right and left. Maybe the developer could add support for wide, single-image jpeg files?
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Ted Llewellyn
January 23, 2022
It finds stuff but doesn't advance to the next picture. Why not have a "next" button? Why insist on having the user say a number? Really irritating.
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A Google user
January 8, 2019
the stero images are too different to see the 3D for me. the bad point is that I can't configure it, whereas interface is well seen
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What's new

First update in years! Just a couple bug fixes for now, improved text legibility, and better compatibility for newer devices.
More improvements and news coming soon!