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I have recently been playing with stereoscopic renderings. It's just the coolest thing. Anyhow, if you want to learn more about stereoscopes click here. If you happen to have a stereoscope, feel free to download any of these, print em out, cut em out and have a blast. Want a stereoscope? Go to http://www.berezin.com they have a bunch of different ones to choose from including the replica Holmes style one I am currently using and like a lot. Or you can search the web, there are quite a number of them on eBay usually. You can also try your local Antique store as they will often have one or two floating around.
I just ordered the Poke Scope (able to be used on any stereo image pair big or small). You can read my review below.
PLEASE NOTE: Clicking on the image(s) will take you to the high resolution version for optimal stereo pleasure! When using a traditional (holmes style) card viewer, the image size should be 7 inches by 3.5 inches when trimmed down to the black border. Make sure your graphics program is set appropriately.
Poke Scope Review (I got it in) - The poke scope is really, really cool. It definitely takes a little getting used to, however the images are not as distorted as with traditional Holmes style viewers (but also not as dramatic). Also whats really nice is that they can be used with nearly any stereo image like it claims. Basically it's a very versatile 3D stereo viewer that does not distort images. I still prefer a standard Holmes style viewer, but having both is extremely nice. If I could have only one, I'd get the poke scope because it requires much less preparation and can be used on any stereo pair. If you have one, click on of the images below and you can use your poke scope to view it right on the screen. No printing, no hassle. The only place I have found it less than optimal is on traditional stereo cards (3.5in x 3.5in) because of their very small size, it works, just not as well as larger images. Oh yea another really nice feature is that they fold up and can safely and easily fit in your pocket.
Order Yours Here - http://www.pokescope.com/pokescopeinfo.html
An attempt at making my own viewer.