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Acland, Charles (201o) ‘Avatar as Technological Tentpole’ in Flow, Jan 2010. http://flowtv.org/2010/01/avatar-as-technological-tentpole-charles-r-acland-concordia-university/

Adams, Gavin (2015) ‘Duchamp’s Erotic Stereoscopic Exercises’. Anais do Museu Paulista: História e Cultura Material, 23:2, pp.165-185. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/1982-02672015v23n0206

Adler, Dan, Marchessault, Janine and Obradovic, Sanja, (eds.) (2014) 3D cinema and beyond. Bristol:Intellect Press. ISBN: 9781783200399

Alexiou, Artemis (2019 ) ‘Women’s Views: The Narrative Stereograph in Nineteenth Century America written by Melody Davis [Book Review]’, Visual Studies, https://doi.org/10.1080/1472586X.2019.1655297

Allison, Robert S., Laurie M. Wilcox and Ali Kazimi (2013) ‘Perceptual Artefacts, Suspension of Disbelief and Realism in Stereoscopic 3D Film’ in Public, 47, pp.149-160 http://www.publicjournal.ca/47-3d-cinema-and-beyond/

Amad, Paula (2010) ‘World souvenir: “Mr. K.” and the Archives de la Planète’ in Counter-archive: film, the everyday and Albert Kahn’s Archives de la Planète. Columbia University Press, pp.25-63. ISBN: 9780231135009

Anders-Stern, Gunther (1954) ‘3D film and cyclopic effect’. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 15:2, pp.295-298. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2103603

Arthur, Paul (1996) ‘In the realm of the senses: IMAX 3-D and the myth of total cinema’. Film Comment, 32:1, pp.78-81. http://search.proquest.com/docview/210258259

Asselin, Olivier and Louis Auger Gosselin (2013) ‘This Side of Paradise: Immersion and Emersion in S3D and AR’, in Public, 47, pp.132-141 http://www.publicjournal.ca/47-3d-cinema-and-beyond/

Atkinson, Sarah (2011) ‘Stereoscopic-3D Storytelling: rethinking the conventions, grammar and aesthetics of a new medium’ in Journal of Media Practice, 12:2, pp.139-156. http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/jmpr.12.2.139_1

Atkinson, Sarah (2016) ‘Gravity: towards a stereoscopic poetics of Deep Space’ in Spöhrer, Markus, ed., Die ästhetisch-narrativen Dimensionen des 3D-Films: neuen Perspektive der Stereoskopie. Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien, pp.71-85. ISBN: 9783658094218 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-09422-5_5

Aubusson, Mathieu and Teulade, Vincent (2009) Eyes wide open: 3D tipping points loom  Paris: PricewaterhouseCoopers. chttp://www.pwccn.com/webmedia/doc/633943119973580316_em_3d_entertainment_nov2009.pdf

Autodesk (2008) Stereoscopic filmmaking whitepaper: The business and technology of stereoscopic filmmaking. Autodesk. http://images.autodesk.com/adsk/files/stereoscopic_whitepaper_final08.pdf

Aylsworth, Wendy L., Postley, Howard J., Sandrew, Barry B., Dobrin, Bruce E. and Husak, Walt (2013) ‘Stereographic digital cinema: production and exhibition techniques in 2012’, in Proceedings of the IEEE, 101:1, pp.169-189. http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/JPROC.2012.2191610

Babbitts, Judith (1994) ‘Made in America: a stereoscopic view of the United States’ in Nye, David and Gidley, Mick, (eds.), American photographs in Europe, Amsterdam: VU University Press, pp.41-56. ISBN 9053833048

Babbitts, Judith (2004) ‘Stereographs and the construction of a visual culture in the United States’ in Rabinovitz, Lauren and Geil, Abraham (eds.) Memory bytes: history, technology and digital culture. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, pp.126-149 ISBN 0822332418, 0822332418 (pbk)

Bak, Meredith A. (2012) ‘Democracy and discipline: Object lessons and the stereoscope in American education, 1870–1920’ in Early Popular Visual Culture, 10:2, pp.147-167 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17460654.2012.664746

Bak, Meredith A (2020) ‘Democracy and discipline: object lessons and the stereoscope in American education, 1870-1920’ in Playful visions: optical toys and the emergence of children’s media culture. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, pp.181-208. ISBN: 9780262538718

Banks, Martin S., Read, Jenny. C. A., Allison, Robert S. and Watt, Simon J. (2012) ‘Stereoscopy and the human visual system’. SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal, 121:4, pp.24-43. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3490636/

Bantjes, Rod (2014) ‘Hybrid Projection, Machinic Exhibition and the Eighteenth-Century Critique of Vision.’ Art History 37:5, pp.912-39. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1467-8365.12099

Bantjes, Rod (2014) ‘‘‘Vertical Perspective Does Not Exist’’: The Scandal of Converging Verticals and the Final Crisis of Perspectiva Artificiali’. Journal of the History of Ideas, 75:2, pp.307-338. http://dx.doi.org/10.1353/jhi.2014.0012

Bantjes, Rod (2015) ‘Reading stereoviews: The aesthetics of monstrous space’, History of Photography, 39:1, pp.33-55, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03087298.2015.1004259

Bantjes, Rob (2016) ‘Hacking stereoscopic vision: The nineteenth-century culture of critical inquiry in stereoscope use’, International Journal of Film and Media Arts, 1:2, pp.4-21  http://revistas.ulusofona.pt/index.php/ijfma/article/view/5707/3595

Bantjes, Rod. 2017. “‘Perspectives Bâtardes’ Stereoscopy, Cézanne, and the Metapictoral Logic of Spatial Construction.” History of Photography 41(3):262-85. https://doi.org/10.1080/03087298.2017.1345478

Barberie, Peter (2008) ‘Charles Marville’s Seriality’. Record of the Art Museum, Princeton University, 67, pp.30-45.

Batchen, Geoffrey (1992) ‘Enslaved sovereign, observed spectator: on Jonathan Crary, Techniques of the observer‘. Continuum: the Australian Journal of Media and Culture, 6:2, pp.80-94. https://wwwmcc.murdoch.edu.au/ReadingRoom/6.2/Batchen.html

Baylis, Gail (2012) ‘Exchanging looks: Gap girls and colleens in early Irish tourist photography’, Early Popular Visual Culture, 10:4, pp.325-343. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17460654.2012.724568

Bazin, André (2014) The 3D Revolution Did Not Take Place in Andrew, Dudley, (ed.) Andre Bazin’s New Media.  Oakland, Ca: University of California Press. pp.258-264  https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/j.ctt7zw302.54

Bazin, André (2014) ‘Cinema in 3D and Color: Amazing!’ in Andrew, Dudley, (ed.) Andre Bazin’s New Media. Oakland, Ca: University of California Press, pp.232-234. https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/j.ctt7zw302.48

Bazin, André (2014) The House of Wax: Scare Me … in Depth! in Andrew, Dudley, (ed.) Andre Bazin’s New Media.Oakland, Ca: University of California Press. pp.251-253 https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/j.ctt7zw302.52

Bazin, André (2014) ‘A New Stage in the Process: Math Equations for 3D’ in Andrew, Dudley, (ed.) Andre Bazin’s New Media. Oakland, Ca: University of California Press, pp.235-242. https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/j.ctt7zw302.49

Bazin, André (2014) The Real Crime on La Rue Morgue: They Assassinated a Dimension! in Andrew, Dudley, (ed.) Andre Bazin’s New Media. Oakland, Ca:University of California Press. pp.254-257, https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/j.ctt7zw302.53

Bazin, André (2014) The Return of Metroscopix in Andrew, Dudley, (ed.), Andre Bazin’s New Media. Oakland, Ca: University of California Press. pp.248-250. https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/j.ctt7zw302.51

Bazin, André (2014) ‘Will a War in Three Dimensions Take Place?’ in Andrew, Dudley, (ed.), Andre Bazin’s New Media. Oakland, Ca: University of California Press, pp.243-247. https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/j.ctt7zw302.50

Becker, Howard Saul (1979) ‘Stereographs: local, national and international art worlds’ in Earle, Edward W.(ed.) Points of view: the stereograph in America: a cultural history. Rochester, NY: Visual Studies Workshop Press in collaboration with the Gallery Association of New York State, pp.89-96. ISBN: 9780898220063

Belisle, Brooke (2013) ‘The Dimensional Image: Overlaps in Stereoscopic, Cinematic, and Digital Depth’, Film Criticism, 37/38:3/1, pp.117-137. http://filmcriticism.allegheny.edu/index.htm

Belisle, Brooke (2013) ‘The Total Archive: Picturing History from the Stereographic Archive to the Digital Database’, Mediascape, 11 pages, available: http://www.tft.ucla.edu/mediascape/Winter2013_PicturingHistory.html

Belisle, Brooke (2013) ‘Picturing networks: railroads and photographs’, AModern, 2: Network archaeology available: http://amodern.net/article/picturing-nineteenth-century-networks/

Belisle, Brooke (2014) ‘Depth readings: Ken Jacobs’s digital, stereographic films’. Cinema Journal, 53:2, pp.1-26. http://utpress.utexas.edu/index.php/journals/cinema-journal

Belknap, Geoffrey (2020) ‘The print after photography: Talbot and the invention of the “Photographic” print’, Nineteenth-Century Contexts, 42:2, pp.221-242 https://doi.org/10.1080/08905495.2020.1733326

Belton, John (2012) ‘Digital 3D Cinema: Digital Cinema’s Missing Novelty Phase.’ in Film History: An International Journal 24.2, pp. 187-195. http://dx.doi.org/10.1353/fih.2012.0017

Blair, Peter (2015) ‘Stereo views: Victorian 3D photography of the Alps’, Alpine Journal, pp.225-233 http://alpinejournal.org.uk/Contents/Contents_2015.html

Benna, Shannon. (2018). “Systems and Practices to Produce Stereoscopic Space on Screen.” In Image – Action – Space: Situating the Screen in Visual Practice, edited by Luisa Feiersinger, Kathrin Friedrich, and Moritz Queisner, 133–46. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110464979-011.

Bennet, Bruce (2013) ‘The normativity of 3D:  cinematic journeys, “imperial visuality” and unchained cameras‘ in Jump Cut, 55, np. http://www.ejumpcut.org/currentissue/Bennett-3D/index.html

Benoit, Ilicia, and Eric Kurland (2018) “The History of Stereoscopic Video Games for the Consumer Electronic Market.” Society for Imaging Science and Technology, January. https://doi.org/10.2352/ISSN.2470-1173.2018.04.SDA-290.

Benson-Allott, Caetlin (2013) ‘Old Tropes in New Dimensions: Stereoscopy and Franchise Spectatorship’, Film Criticism, 37/38:3/1, pp.12-29. http://filmcriticism.allegheny.edu/index.htm

Benson-Allott, Caetlin (2016) ‘The CHORA Line: RealD Incorporated’ in Post-Cinema: Theorizing 21st-Century Film, ed. by Shane Denison and Julia Leyda (Falmer: REFRAME Books, 2016) ISBN:  978-0-9931996-2-2 http://reframe.sussex.ac.uk/post-cinema/3-3-benson-allott/

Biegon, Glenn (2005) ‘Stereoscopic synergy: twin-relief sculpture and painting’ in Leonardo, 38:2, pp.93-100. http://dx.doi.org/10.1162/0024094053722354

Bjørner, Thomas, Magnusson, Andreas and Nielsen, Robin Pascal (2016) ‘How to Describe and Measure Obstacles of Narrative Immersion in a Film?’. Nordicom Review, 37:1, pp.1-17. https://doi.org/10.1515/nor-2016-0004

Blakely, Shantel (2017) ‘Solid Vision, or Mr Gropius Builds his Dream House’. AA Files, 75, pp.86-97.

Block, Alexis (2009) ‘Put on your glasses: 3D in two generations’ in Animatrix: a journal of the UCLA Animation Workshop, 17, pp.15-24 http://animation.filmtv.ucla.edu/NewSite/WebPages/BackIssues/AnimBack017.html

Bluestone, George (1956) ‘In defense of 3-D’. The Sewanee Review, 64:4, pp.683-689. http://www.jstor.org/stable/27538590

Blum, Ron (2008) George Rose: Australia’s master stereographer. Oaklands Park, S.A.: Ron Blum. ISBN: 9780958957236

Blundell, Barry G. (2011) About 3D Volumetric Displays, Walker & Wood Limited. ISBN: 9780473193768

Blundell, Barry G. (2011) 3D Displays and Spatial Interaction, Walker & Wood Limited. ISBN: 9780473177010. http://www.barrygblundell.com/

Boehlert, Krystal (2016) ‘Stereographs on your smartphone’, VRA Bulletin, 43:1 http://online.vraweb.org/vrab/vol43/iss1/4

Boman, Charlotte (2014) ‘“Peculiarly marked with the character of our own time”: Photography and Family Values in Victorian Domestic Journalism’. Victorian Periodicals Review, 47:4, pp.538-558. http://dx.doi.org/10.1353/vpr.2014.0039

Bombeke, Klaas, Van Looy, Jan, Szmalec, Arnaud and Duyck, Wouter (2013) ‘Leaving the third dimension: no measurable evidence for cognitive aftereffects of stereoscopic 3D movies’.  Journal of the Society for Information Display, 21:4, pp.159-166. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jsid.164

Bordwell, David (2012) Dial M for Murder: Hitchcock frets not at his narrow room, Observations on Film Art [online], 7th September http://www.davidbordwell.net/blog/2012/09/07/dial-m-for-murder-hitchcock-frets-not-at-his-narrow-room/

Bordwell, David (2014) ‘Adieu au Langage: 2 + 2 x 3D’, Observations on Film Art, 7 September 2014, http://www.davidbordwell.net/blog/2014/09/07/adieu-au-langage-2-2-x-3d/

Borges De Araújo, Nuno (2018) ‘Lisbon and its region: Stereoscopic photography, c.1853-1890’, International Journal on Stereo and Immersive Media, 1:2, pp.4-31. http://revistas.ulusofona.pt/index.php/stereo/article/download/6291/3843/

Böser, Ursula, Nic Craith, Máiréad and Devasundaram, Ashvin Immanuel (2017) ‘The representation of ‘building events’ in Wim Wenders’ Cathedrals of Culture’, Studies in Documentary Film, 11:1, pp.1-15, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17503280.2016.1266898

Bowers, Brian (2001) Sir David Brewster, FRS, 1802-1875, 2nd rev. ed. London: Institution of Engineering and Technology. ISBN: 9780852961032

Bowles, Kate (2011) ‘‘Society with spectacles’: cultural memory, business risk and the revival of 3D’, Media International Australia, 139, pp.103-112.

Brewster, David (1844) ‘On the law of visible position in single and binocular vision, and on the representation of solid figures by the union of dissimilar plane pictures on the retina.’ in Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 15, pp.349-368. http://archive.org/details/transactionsofro15roya

Brewster, David (1844) ‘On the knowledge of distance given by binocular vision.’ in Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 15, pp.663-674. http://archive.org/details/transactionsofro15roya

Brewster, David (1849) ‘Account of a new stereoscope.’ in Report of the British Association [for the Advancement of Science]. Transactions of The Sections, pp.6-7.

Brewster, David (1852) ‘Binocular vision and the stereoscope’. North British Review, 33, pp.165-204.

Brewster, David, Wheatstone, Charles and others (1852) Article VII [9 contributions on] Binocular vision and the stereoscope. North British Review, 33, pp.165-204. http://archive.org/details/northbritishrev08unkngoog

Brewster, David (1856) The stereoscope: its history, theory and construction with its application to the fine and useful arts and education.  London: John Murray. https://archive.org/details/stereoscopeitsh00brewgoog

Brooks, Kevin R. (2017) ‘Depth Perception and the History of Three-Dimensional Art: Who Produced the First Stereoscopic Images?’. Iperception, 8:1, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/2041669516680114

Brown, Simon (2013) ‘From Novelty to Normal: 3DTV as Special Effect’, Critical Studies in Television: An International Journal of Television Studies, 8:3, pp.33-46, http://dx.doi.org/10.7227/cst.8.3.4

Brown, William (2012) ‘Avatar: Stereoscopic Cinema, Gaseous Perception and Darkness’ in Animation: an Interdisciplinary Journal, pp.259-271. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1746847712456254

Brunet, François (1994) ‘“Picture Maker of the Old West”: W. H. Jackson and the birth of photographic archives in the United States’ in Prospects, 19, pp.161-187. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0361233300005093

Brunet, François (2014) ‘Iron Muse: Photographing the Transcontinental Railroad [Book Review]’, History of Photography, 38:4, pp.437-441 https://doi.org/10.1080/03087298.2014.949116

Brust, James S. (2000) ‘Photojournalism, 1877: John H. Fouch, Fort Keogh’s First Post Photographer’. Montana: the Magazine of Western History, 50:4, pp.32-39 https://www.jstor.org/stable/4520277

Burnett, Ron (2013) ‘Transitions, Images and Stereoscopic 3D Cinema’ in Public, 47, pp.200-213 http://www.publicjournal.ca/47-3d-cinema-and-beyond/

Cain, Victoria E. M. (2016) ‘Seeing the world: Media and vision in US geography classrooms, 1890–1930’. Early Popular Visual Culture, 13:4, pp.276-292. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17460654.2015.1111591

Campbell, Mary (2014) ‘Praying for Grace: Charles Ellis Johnson’s synesthetic skin’ in Promey, Sally M., (ed.) Sensational religion: sensory cultures in material practice. New Haven: Yale University Press, pp.261-274. ISBN: 9780300187359

Campbell, Mary (2016) ‘Stereoscopic saints’ in Charles Ellis Johnson and the erotic Mormon image. Chicago: University of Chicago, pp.145-165. ISBN: 9780226373690

Cameron, John B. (2004) ‘The Early Paper Stereographs of Claude-Marie Ferrier’. The Photogram, 31:5, pp.4-11. http://connection.ebscohost.com/c/articles/18919493/early-paper-stereographs-claude-marie-ferrier-1851-1861

Cameron, John B. and Schimmelman, Janice G. (2013) The early paper stereo views of Claude-Marie Ferrier, 1852-1858. The Collodion Press. ISBN: 9780982945643

Cameron, John B. and Schimmelman, Janice G. (2016) The glass stereoviews of Ferrier and Soulier, 1852-1908. The Collodion Press. ISBN: 9780982945674

Candusso, Damian (2016) ‘Digital 3D and the contemporary soundtrack: competing cinema spaces’, The New Soundtrack, 6:1, pp.63-76 http://dx.doi.org/10.3366/sound.2016.0083

Capozolla, Christopher (2014) Photography and power in the colonial Philippines 1: The U.S. conquest and occupation (1898-1902) [online], MIT Visualising Cultures http://visualizingcultures.mit.edu/photography_and_power/index.html

Carbon, Claus-Christian and Hesslinger, Vera M (2013) ‘Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa entering the next dimension’, Perception, 42, pp.887-893. http://dx.doi.org/10.1068/p7524

Carville, Justin (2007) ‘Mr Lawrence’s Great Photographic Bazaar’, Early Popular Visual Culture, 5:3, pp.263-283. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17460650701633629

Casetti, Francesco and Antonio Somaini (2013) ‘The conflict between high definition and low definition in contemporary cinema’ in Convergence, 19:4, pp.415-422 http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1354856513494174

Cernek, Stephen (2013) ‘From picturesque to profane: a cultural history of the Hudson River’s Palmer Falls.’ Hudson River Valley Review, 29:2, pp.52-70

Chapman, Owen and Alison Reiko Loader (2013) ‘Of Motors, Martians and Jazz Age Cuties: The Stereoscopic Inventions of Laurens Hammond’ in Public, 47, pp.110-121 http://www.publicjournal.ca/47-3d-cinema-and-beyond/

Charlton, John (2001) ‘Views and Reports of the Dakota Sandstone Formation, Mushroom Rock, 1867-2001’. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, 104:1/2, pp.44-58. https://www.jstor.org/stable/3628090

Childs, Elizabeth C. (1996) ‘Time’s Profile: John Wesley Powell, Art, and Geology at the Grand Canyon’. American Art, 10:1, pp.6-35 https://www.jstor.org/stable/3109213

Choe, Steve (2011) ‘Embodying cinematic stereopsis: 3D and James Cameron’s Avatar’, Cinemascope: independent film journal, 7(15). [13 pages] http://www.cinemascope.it/Issue%2015/PDF/choe.pdf

Christie, Ian (2011) ‘Clash of the Wonderlands: 3D Cinema’ in Sight and Sound, Nov 2011. Available online at: http://old.bfi.org.uk/sightandsound/feature/49789

Christie, Ian (2014) ‘Will the 3D Revolution Happen? A Brief Perspective on the Long History of Stereoscopy (with special thanks to Eisenstein and Bazin)’ in Annie van den Oever (ed) Technē/Technology:Researching Cinema and Media Technologies – Their Development, Use, and Impact, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp.115-135 ISBN 978908964 5715 http://www.oapen.org/download?type=document&docid=607770

Christie, Ian (2018) The 19th century craze for stereoscopic photography https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUqQbbBe0fI

Christie, Ian (2018) The 19th century craze for stereoscopic photography
https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/content.gresham.ac.uk/data/binary/2668/2018-02-26%20Ian%20Christie_SterecopicPhotography-T.pdf

Clement, Jennifer and Long, Christian B. (2012) ‘Hugo, redemption and the cinema of attractions, or, The adaptation of Hugo Cabret’. Senses of Cinema, 63. http://sensesofcinema.com/2012/feature-articles/hugo-remediation-and-the-cinema-of-attractions-or-the-adaptation-of-hugo-cabret/

Clover, Joshua (2010) ‘The Struggle for Space’ in Film Quarterly, 63:3, pp.6-7. http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/fq.2010.63.3.6

Colligan, Colette (2008) ‘Stereograph’. Victorian Review: an interdisciplinary journal of Victorian Studies, 34:1, pp.75-82. http://www.jstor.org/stable/41220403

Cook, Pam (2013) Within and without: The Great Gatsby’s 3D experience, Fashion into Film [online], https://fashionintofilm.wordpress.com/2013/06/02/within-and-without-the-great-gatsbys-3d-experience/

Coons, Jayda (2019) ‘“Spectral realities”: Little Dorrit, stereoscopy, and non-mimetic realism’, Nineteenth-Century Contexts, 42:1, pp.17-31 https://doi.org/10.1080/08905495.2019.1686935

Craciun, Adriana (2014) ‘The Franklin Relics in the Arctic Archive’. Victorian Literature and Culture, 42:1, pp.1-31. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1060150313000235

Crary, Jonathan (1992) Techniques of the observer: on vision and modernity in the nineteenth century, Cambridge MA: MIT Press ISBN: 0262031698

Criado, Enrique (2008) ‘Original and Creative Stereoscopic Film Making’, in Woods, Andrew J., Holliman, Nicolas S. and Merritt, John O., eds., Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XIX, 68030 article 68030U

Colligan, Colette  (2004) ‘Stereograph’. Victorian Review: an interdisciplinary journal of Victorian Studies, 34:1, pp.75-82.

Cuenca, Celia (2018) ‘The “animated polystereoscope” of Francisco Dalmau introducing stereo photography in Barcelona through optical shows (1853-1863)’. International Journal on Stereo and Immersive Media, 2:2, pp.54-59 https://revistas.ulusofona.pt/index.php/stereo/article/view/6807

Darrah, William Culp (1964) Stereo views: a history of stereographs in America and their collection, Gettysburg, PA:Times and News Publishing Co

Darrah, William Culp (1975) ‘ Stereographs: A Neglected Source of History of Photography.’ in Coke, Van Deren, ed., One Hundred Years of Photographic History: Essays in honour of Beaumont Newhall. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, pp.43-46. ISBN: 9780826303448

Darrah, William Culp (1977) The world of stereographs, Gettysburg, PA: William C. Darrah ISBN: 9780965051316

da Silva, Maria Cristina Miranda (2016) ‘Stereoscopy In nineteenth century Brazil: The case of Rio de Janeiro’, International Journal of Film and Media Arts, 1:2, pp.58-74 http://revistas.ulusofona.pt/index.php/ijfma/article/view/5711/3599

Davidson, Kathleen (2014) ‘Connecting the Senses: Natural History and the British Museum in the Stereoscopic Magazine‘. 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century, 19.http://dx.doi.org/10.16995/ntn.700

Davis, Daniel (2006) ‘Appreciating a Pretty Shoulder: The Risqué Images of Charles Ellis Johnson’. Utah Historical Quarterly, 74:131-146. https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1006&context=lib_pubs

Davis, Melody  D. (1998) ‘An essential reprint in stereography [review of “The World of stereographs” by William C. Darrah]’ in Art Journal, 57(3), pp.94-96. http://www.jstor.org/stable/777979

Davis, Melody (2011) ‘The new woman in American stereoviews, 1871-1905’ in Otto, E. and Rocco, V. (eds.) The new woman international: representations in photography and film from the 1870s through the 1960s,Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, pp.21-38

Davis, Melody (2015) Women’s views: the narrative stereograph in nineteenth-century America. Lebanaon, NH: University of New Hampshire Press. ISBN: 9781611688382/9781611688399

Davis, Melody (2019) Sentiment and Irony: The Stereoscopic Treasures of F. G. Weller https://scalar.usc.edu/works/fg-weller-/index

Daw, Naomi (2017) ‘From the inside looking out: travelling the world from the parlour.’ In: Barrios Aquino, Marianela, Campillo-Funollet, Eduard, Daw, Naomi, Jha, Ketan, Logan Miller, Myles, Neale, Alexa and Ottway, Tom (eds.) Beyond the boundaries of home: interdisciplinary approaches. University of Sussex Library, Brighton, UK, pp. 73-87. ISBN 9780995786226. http://dx.doi.org/10.20919/9780995786226/7

DeJohn, Matthew (n.d.) How to critique 3D
http://www.digitalcinemareport.com/stereoscopic-3D-differences

DeSouza, Clyde (2012) Think in 3D, CreateSpace ISBN 1470150778

Devernay, Frédéric and Beardsley, Paul. (2010) ‘Stereoscopic Cinema.’ In Ronfard, Remi and Taubin, Gabriel (eds.) Image and Geometry Processing for 3-D Cinematography, (Geometry and Computing, 5) Springer: Berlin,  Heidelberg, pp.11-51 ISBN: 9783642123924.      http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-12392-4

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Di Bello, Patrizia (2013) ‘“Multiplying Statues by Machinery”: Stereoscopic Photographs of Sculptures at the 1862 International Exhibition’, History of Photography, 37:4, pp.412-420. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03087298.2013.780750

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Verstraete, Ginette (2002) ‘Railroading America: towards a materials study of the nation.’ Theory, Culture and Society 19:5/6, pp.145-149. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/026327602761899192

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Vincs, Kim and McCormick, John (2010) ‘Touching space: using motion capture and stereo projection to create a “Virtual Haptics” of dance’, in Leonardo, 43:4, pp.359-366. http://dx.doi.org/10.1162/LEON_a_00009

Vogt, Frederic. and Wagner, Alexander. Y. (2012) ‘Stereo pairs in astrophysics’, in  Astrophysics and Space Science, 337:1, pp.79-92. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10509-011-0801-z

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Wade, Nicholas J. (1987) ‘On the late invention of the stereoscope.’ in Perception, 16, pp.785-818. http://www.perceptionjournal.com/perception/fulltext/p16/p160785.pdf

Wade, Nicholas J. and Ono, Hiroshi (1985) ‘The stereoscopic views of Wheatstone and Brewster’, in Psychological Research, 47, pp.125-133.http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF00309263

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Wade, Nicholas J. (2002) ‘Charles Wheatsone (1802-1875) [Guest editorial]’ in Perception, 31, pp.265-272. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1068/p3103ed

Wade, Nicholas J. (2003) ‘The Chimenti controversy’, Perception, 32, pp.185-200. http://dx.doi.org/10.1068/p3371

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Wade, Nicholas J. (2012) ‘The ghost of Helioth and his stereoscope: the return of a phantom.’, in  Perception, 41:8, pp.1001-1002. http://dx.doi.org/10.1068/p7353

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Wade, Nicholas J. (2013) ‘The Experimental Origins of Cinema, Stereo and their Combination’ in Public, 47, pp.60-71 http://www.publicjournal.ca/47-3d-cinema-and-beyond/

Wade, Nicholas J. (2016) ‘Capturing Motion and Depth before Cinematography’. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences, 25:1, pp.3-22. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0964704X.2015.1070029

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Wade, Nicholas J. (2017) ‘Seeing with two eyes and hearing with two ears’. International Journal on Stereo and Immersive Media, 1:1, pp.4-25. http://revistas.ulusofona.pt/index.php/stereo/article/view/6054

Wajda, Shirley (1992) ‘A room with a viewer: the parlor stereoscope, comic stereographs, and the psychic role of play in Victorian America’ in Grover, Kathryn, (ed.) Hard at play: leisure in America, 1840-1940, Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, pp.112-138 ISBN: 9780870237928

Waldsmith, John S. (2002) Stereo views: an illustrated history and price guide, 2nd ed. Iola, WI:Gazelle ISBN: 9780873494090

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Wasielewski, Amanda (2015) ‘Lurking Within Reach: Stereoscopic Photomicrography in the 1860s’. History of Photography 39:1, pp.56-70, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03087298.2014.996379

Wasson, Haidee (2013) ‘Industrial Magic and Light: 3D at the New York’s World Fair (1939)’ in in Public, 47, pp.123-131 http://www.publicjournal.ca/47-3d-cinema-and-beyond/

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Weaver, Heather A. (2012) ‘Object lessons: a cultural genealogy of the dunce cap and the apple as visual tropes of American education’, Paedagogica Historica, 48:2, pp.215-241. http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1080/00309230.2011.560856

Wedel, Michael (2015) Sculpting with light: early fime style, stereoscopic vision and the idea of a “plastic art in motion” in Ligensa, Annemone and Kreimeier, Klaus (eds.) Film 1900: Technology, perception culture. Indiana University Press, pp.201-223   http://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt1bmzngg.19

Weetch, Owen (2012) ‘Reading Parallax: 3D Meaning Construction in The Hole’ in CineAction, 89,  pp. 14-21 http://www.cineaction.ca/89-3d-cgi/

Weetch, Owen (2016) Expressive Spaces in Digital 3D Cinema, London: Palgrave Macmillan UK. ISBN: 978-1-137-54266-3

Weetch, Owen (2016) ‘Stepping out: Victory and Utopia in the 3D instalments of the Step Up franchise’ in Spöhrer, Markus, ed., Die ästhetisch-narrativen Dimensionen des 3D-Films: neuen Perspektive der Stereoskopie. Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien, pp.137-150. ISBN: 9783658094218. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-09422-5_9

Wenders, Wim (2013) A Film for Pina: Keynote of the Toronto International Stereoscopic 3D Conference’ in Public, 47, pp.214-235 http://www.publicjournal.ca/47-3d-cinema-and-beyond/

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Wester, Susan (1992) ‘Three Nineteenth-Century Photographers of the Ruins of Ancient Rome.’ Visual Resources, 8:4, pp.343-354, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01973762.1992.9658938

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Wheatstone, Charles (1852) ‘The Bakerian Lecture: Contributions to the physiology of vision, part the second: On some remarkable, and hitherto unobserved, phenomena of binocular vision’ in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 142, pp. 1-17. http://www.jstor.org/stable/108530

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Whittlesey, Lee H. (1999) ”Everyone Can Understand a Picture’: Photographers and the Promotion of Early Yellowstone’. Montana: the Magazine of Western History, 49:2, pp.2-13 https://www.jstor.org/stable/4520139

Wilcox, Laurie M., Allison, Robert S., Helliker, John, Dunk, Bert and Anthony, Roy C. (2015) ‘Evidence that Viewers Prefer Higher Frame-Rate Film’.  ACM Transactions on Applied Perception, 12:4, pp.1-12, http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2810039

Willems, Philippe (2016) ‘Virtual Reality in the Age of Panoramas: Mapping Out Buildings, a Village, Capitals, and Hell’, Dix-Neuf, 20:2, pp.187-212 https://doi.org/10.1080/14787318.2016.1184850

Willis, Artemis (2016) ‘Between nonfiction screen practice and nonfiction peep practice: The Keystone ‘600 Set’ and the geographical mode of representation’. Early Popular Visual Culture, 13:4, pp.293-312. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17460654.2015.1111593

Willumson, Glenn G. (1988) ‘Alfred Hart: photographer of the Central Pacific Railroad’ in History of Photography, 12:1, pp.61-75. http://cprr.org/Museum/AA_Hart-Mead_Kibbey_CSLF/Willumson.html

Willumson, Glenn (2013) Iron Muse: photographing the Transcontinental Railroad.  Berkeley: University of California Press.  ISBN: 9780520270947

Wilson, Bonnie G. (1990) ‘Working the Light: Nineteenth-Century Professional Photographers in Minnesota’. Minnesota History, 52:2, pp.42-60.

Wilson, Robert G. (1996) ‘William Notman’s stereo perspective: The Victoria Bridge.’. History of Photography, 20:2, pp.108-112. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03087298.1996.10443632

Wing, Paul (1996) Stereoscopes: the first hundred years, Nashua, NH: Transition Publishing ISBN: 9780965449748

Withers, Charles (1994) ‘Picturing Highland landscapes: George Washington Wilson and the photography of the Scottish Highlands’, Landscape Research, 19:2, pp.68-79, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01426399408706430

Wittlief, Kenneth (2007) ‘Stereoscopic 3D film and animation: getting it right’.  SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics, 41:3, pp.2, http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/1281324.1281326

Wood, Aylish (2015) ‘Intangible spaces: Three-dimensional technology in Hugo and IMAX in The Dark Knight’.  Convergence: the International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies , 21:2, pp.169-181, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1354856513501414

Woodcock, Rose (2011) ‘Predatory vision: 3D imaging and the transformation of screen-space’, in Text, 11. Pp. 1-10,  http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue11/Woodcock.pdf

Woods, Andrew J. (2013) ‘3D or 3-D: a study of terminology, usage and style’ in European Science Editing 39(3), pp 59-62

Zettl, Herber (2012) ‘Why 3D may  Work Occasionally: Case Reopened’ in  Visual
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Zone, Ray (2005) 3-D Filmmakers  Conversations With Creators Of Stereoscopic Motion Pictures, Oxford: The Scarecrow Press. ISBN: 0810854376

Zone, Ray (2007) ‘Ghosts in relief: stereoscopic projection, magic lanterns and the movies’. The Magic Lantern Gazette, 19:1, pp.17-24. http://library.sdsu.edu/pdf/scua/ML_Gazette/MLGvol19no01.pdf

Zone, Ray (2007) Stereoscopic Cinema and the Origins of 3-D Film, Lexington: University Press of Kentucky. ISBN: 0813124611

Zone, Ray (2012) 3D revolution: the history of modern stereoscopic cinema, Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky. ISBN: 0813136113 http://muse.jhu.edu/books/9780813136127

Zone, Ray (2012) 3-DIY: stereoscopic moviemaking on an indie budget, Boston: Focal Press. ISBN: 0240817079

Zone, Ray (2013) ‘Avant-3D: Notes on the Experimental Stereoscopic Cinema and its Relation to Other Arts’ in Public, 47, pp.72-82 http://www.publicjournal.ca/47-3d-cinema-and-beyond/

Zwick, Jim (1999) ‘The ‘Stereoscopic’ war of 1899′ in Diokno, Maria Serena I.(ed.) Voices and Scenes of the Past: The Philippine-American War Retold. Quezon City, Philippines: Jose W. Diokno Foundation, pp.1-5. ISBN: 9879719108863

Zwick, Jim and Kenning, Thomas (2018) Stereoscopic visions of war and empire https://openendedsocialstudies.org/2018/07/22/stereoscopic-visions-of-war-and-empire/

Theses

Babbitts, Judith (1987) “To see is to know”: stereographs educate Americans about East Asia, 1890-1940, unpublished thesis (PhD), Yale University.

Batzli, Samuel A. (1997) The visual voice: “Armchair tourism”, cultural authority and the depiction of the United States in Twentieth-century stereographs, unpublished thesis (PhD), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Camfield, Nick (2014 ) 3DTV Year One: orce, Resistance, and MediaTechnology, unpublished thesis (PhD), University of Nottingham

Davis, Melody D. (2004) Doubling the vision: women and narrative stereography: the United States, 1870-1910, unpublished thesis (PhD), City University of New York.

Kempler, Susan (1991) America ‘discovers’ the world: James Ricalton’s ‘Travels on next to nothing’, 1844-1929, unpublished thesis (PhD), State University of New Jersey.

Layer, Harold A. (1970) Stereoscopy: an analysis of its history and its import to education and the communication process, unpublished thesis (D.Ed.), Indiana University.

Morton, Marilyn Faye (1998) The social stereoscope: issues in American cultural history, unpublished thesis (PhD), Emory University.

Rayfield, Beth (2004) ‘Her apparent admiration and the intensity of her gaze’: race, class and gender and the stereoscopic viewing experience, unpublished thesis (PhD), University of California at Irvine.

Salvesen, Britt (1997) Selling sight: stereoscopy in mid-Victorian Britain, unpublished thesis (PhD),  University of Chicago,

Schiavo, Laura Burd (2003) “A collection of endless extent and beauty”: stereographs, vision, taste and the American middle class, 1850-1880,  unpublished thesis (PhD)George Washington University, Columbian College of Arts and Sciences

Sexton, Nanette M. (1982) Carleton E. Watkins: pioneer California photographer (1829-1916): a study in the evolution of photographic style, during the first decade of wet plate photography, unpublished PhD thesis Harvard University.

Weetch, Owen (2013) Spectacle, Narrative, and Meaning Construction in Contemporary 3D Cinema, unpublished PhD thesis University of Warwick.

Whitney, Alison Patricia (2005) The eye of Daedalus: a history and theory of IMAX cinema. unpublished PhD thesis University of Chicago.

Marketing

Holbrook, Morris B. (1997) ‘Three-dimensional stereographic visual displays in marketing and consumer research’ in Academy of Marketing Science Review, 1997: 1 http://www.amsreview.org/articles/holbrook1-1997.pdf

Holbrook, Morris B. (1997) ‘Stereographic visual displays and the three-dimensional communication of findings in marketing research’ in Journal of Marketing Research, 34, pp.526-536. http://www.jstor.org/stable/3151969

Holbrook, Morris B. (1998) ‘Marketing applications of three-dimensional stereography’ in Marketing Letters,9:1, pp.51-64. http://dx.doi.org/10.1023/A:1007968003940

Holbrook, Morris B. (1998) ‘Stereo 3D representations in postmodern marketing research’ in Marketing Intelligence and Planning,16:5, pp.298-310. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/02634509810229919

Holbrook, Morris B. and Kuwahara, Takeo (1998) ‘Collective stereographic photo essays: an integrated approach to probing consumption experiences in depth’ in International Journal of Research in Marketing, 15, pp.201-221. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0167-8116(98)00003-2

Holbrook, Morris B. and Kuwahara, Takeo (1999) ‘Probing explorations, deep displays, Virtual Reality, and profound insights: the four faces of stereographic three-dimensional images in marketing and consumer research’ in Advances in Consumer Research, 26, pp.240-250. http://www.acrwebsite.org/search/view-conference-proceedings.aspx?Id=8251

Holbrook, Morris B., Stephens, Debra Lynn, Day, Ellen, Holbrook, Sarah M. and Strazar, Gregor (2001) ‘A collective stereographic photo essay on key aspects of animal companionship: the truth about dogs and cats’ in Academy of Marketing Science Review, 2001:1 http://www.amsreview.org/articles/holbrook01-2001.pdf

Holbrook, Morris B. and Schindler, Robert M. (2003) ‘Nostalgic bonding: exploring the role of nostalgia in the consumption experience’ in Journal of Consumer Behaviour,3:2, pp.107-127. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/cb.127

Yim, Mark Yi-Cheon, Cicchirillo, Vincent J. and Drumwright, Minette E. (2012) ‘The impact of stereoscopic three-dimensional (3-D) advertising: the role of presence in enhancing advertising effectiveness’, in Journal of Advertising, 41:2, pp.113-128. http://dx.doi.org/10.2753/JOA0091-3367410208