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Stereoscopic Vision

UK, 1952 (MIFF 1954, Science and Man)

The film sets out to describe the factors of stereoscopic vision and their projection requirements, especially geometrical. The various practicable methods of projection and viewing aids are reviewed, special reference being given to the rotating beam-splitting type, using convergence as developed at the Ministry of Supply Research Establishment.

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