Zograscopes: An 18th Century Perspective on 3-D Imaging

Stephen R. Wilk

So-called perspective machines were popular parlor amusements in the 18th and 19th centuries. Also known as zograscopes or boites d’optique, these devices brought flat images to life in the days before stereoscopic imaging.

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