Brewster, Sir David
The Stereoscope Its History, Theory, And Construction, With Its Application To The Fine And Useful Arts And To Education.
London.: John Murray. 1856.
Text illustrations throughout.
IV, 235 pages.
Contemporary half calf with gilt label to spine. Marbled edges and endpapers.
On monocular vision, or vision with one eye
On binocular vision, or vision with two eyes
Description of the ocular, reflecting, and lenticular stereoscopes
On the theory of stereoscopic vision
On the union of similar pictures in binocular vision
Description of different stereoscopes
Method of taking pictures for the stereoscope
On the adaptation of the pictures to the stereoscope - their size, position, and illumination
Application of the stereoscope to painting Application of the stereoscope to sculpture, architecture, and engineering Application of the stereoscope to natural history
Application of the stereoscope to educational purposes
Application of the stereoscope to purposes of amusement
On the production of stereoscopic pictures from a single picture
On certain fallacies of sight in the vision of solid bodies
On certain difficulties experienced in the use of the stereoscope
Some rubbing to spine and edges, though no cracking and firm. Overall clean. Rare