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3dtv.at - offers turnkey solution to watch and record real stereoscopic 3D video


Muttyans home page - The best 3D image manipulation software - StereoPhoto Maker - and it's free.


Assistpoint - supply all forms of viewing glasses and 3D devices including digital camera and viewing accessories by Cyclopital3D.


The Stereoscopic Society - Capturing the world in 3D, the Society was formed in 1893 and has around 400 members world wide.  Meetings are held in the Coventry and London, UK.


Steve Aldous - Author of novels and short stories; Film reviewer of rock bands and films. He is the son of Barry Aldous.


Ingnomini - A comprehensive look at 3D cameras, viewers, projectors and more from days gone by.  A wonderful site for students and lecturers needing more information about the history of 3D photography.


Ian Rushton - One of New Zealand’s respected contemporary photographers with HDR images of New Zealand renowned mostly for their vibrancies and striking beauty. His substantial and constantly growing body of work primarily showcases New Zealand's landscapes at their best. He often works in series enabling him to explore the particular environment and its possibilities in great depth.  Ian also works with Time-Lapse and Stereoscopic imaging.


B&H - A professional source  for photographers since 1973.  This company, based in New York, will be of particular interest to those involved with stereoscopy and virtual reality.


Phereo - Phereo is a 3D photo and video sharing experience. As a first of it’s kind, it’s kind and helps to make 3D photography become a mainstream experience.  Content can be viewed by non-members in several formats.   


The New York Stereoscopic Society - Founded in 1997 to promote the art and practice of 3D imaging. Quarterly meetings held at the American Museum of Natural History give photographers, collectors, historians, and general enthusiasts an opportunity to learn more about creating and understanding 3D images. Postal mailings and email reminders keep members informed of the agenda and give notice of other venues for enjoying 3D in the New York area.