(1) This is made possible through the use of a device called a stereoscope .(2) Among these tools is a large-format mammoth plate camera that was used to capture expansive landscapes and a hand-held stereoscope , which was used to view stereographs, or pairs of images.(3) The popular audience enjoyed posed scenes, serious and comic, mass produced for the stereoscope and for magic lantern projection.(4) If you take a photo of a person sitting quite still and then move the camera about three inches to one side and take another photo, when you look at he photos placed side by side through a stereoscope , the person appears to stand out.(5) The anthers were dissected from the buds under a stereoscope .(6) That the two images, which are perceived as synthesized, are in fact separate entities was made palpable to a wider audience by Wheatstone's invention of the hugely popular stereoscope .(7) My daughter, herself a doctor, now has perfectly aligned eyes, but cannot use a stereo microscope, or fuse images into 3D in an old-fashioned stereoscope .(8) ├ö├ç├┐I saw the dog you had when you were kids,├ö├ç├û I say, setting up a TV tray table beside Natalie's bed to hold the stereoscope and card box.(9) But if you don't have a stereoscope , an alternative way of seeing the 3D effect is to look at the two images side-by-side, then cross your eyes until the pictures superimpose.(10) Each flower was dissected with the aid of a stereoscope and length of individual parts (sepals, petals, anthers, filaments, styles, and ovaries) was measured to the nearest 0.1 mm using an ocular reticle.(11) I had a darkroom at home, and later that night I made eight-by-tens of these two, and I had pinched a stereoscope from work.(12) Her photos are viewed through an old stereoscope , which creates wonderful visual illusions.(13) This is also how stereo photography, or stereoscopy works.(14) Specializing on the insects in these branches, the slender loris has closer-set eyes and an even greater degree of stereoscopy than do other primates, not to mention an unusually thin build, long limbs, and precise movements.(15) After advising all of you to ├ö├ç├┐keep track of which is the left most photo and right most photo├ö├ç├û in my post about stereoscopic photography, I completely ignored that with my examples.(16) His use of stereoscopic photography is an example of this; stereoscopy is after all associated with its heyday in the Victorian age.