Duchamp's Erotic Stereoscopic Exercises 1. This article explores certain links between medicine and art, with regard to their use of stereoscopy. Both instances involve the drawing of graphic marks over previously existing stereoscopic cards. Stereoscopic cards were widely diffused in the 19th century, often promoted as "stay-at-home travel.
There's something about an old fashioned black-and-white boudoir photograph that makes any contemporary nude Snapchat pale in comparison. Nude bodies just look best when surrounded by candelabras, doilies, ball gowns and giant tassels. In the deep archives of Getty Images lies a mysterious series of stereoscopic images dating back to
Stereo card view of Manhattan , c. A stereoscope is a device for viewing stereographic cards , which are cards that contain two separate images that are printed side-by-side to create the illusion of a three-dimensional image. This is an example of stereoscopy. When stereographic cards are viewed without a stereoscopic viewer the user is required to force his eyes either to cross, or to diverge, so that the two images appear to be three.