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Through the Blackboard: the Report

October 3rd, 2008 · No Comments

A smallish and ullagistic crowd showed up on a rainy afternoon for “Through the Blackboard,” our third public outing.  We started late (there were screens and projectors to wrangle), but after that, all unfolded smoothly. After a few introductory remarks, Doug opened up the ullage: this time, a Belgian Trappist ale, which was presented to […]

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Tags: Belief Systems · Education · Mysteries · Stereoscopy

Beneath a Stereoscopic Moon (4)

July 25th, 2008 · 4 Comments

And one last, for a nightcap.  There’s a verse on the back: Here’s to your health, old man in the moon, Here’s hoping you’ll get full again pretty soon. Here’s hoping your last quarter’ll last through your dark days. May you light the way homeward for good fellows always. (Posted by Doug Skinner)

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Beneath a Stereoscopic Moon (3)

July 23rd, 2008 · No Comments

Our third view is “From original negatives by L. M. Rutherford. Published by P. F. Well, New York.” (Posted by Doug Skinner)

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Beneath a Stereoscopic Moon (2)

July 22nd, 2008 · 1 Comment

This second view is credited to John P. Soule, 199 Washington St., Boston. It’s not clear if he was the photographer or the publisher; my guess is that he was both. (Posted by Doug Skinner)

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Beneath a Stereoscopic Moon (1)

July 21st, 2008 · No Comments

This week we’ll salute our beloved satellite with some stereoscopic photos of the moon.  The moon is really too far away for our binocular vision to kick in.  But it does rotate on its axis, so that photos taken at different times during the night will show a slightly different perspective.  Pop them into your […]

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The Movement Print

July 18th, 2008 · 1 Comment

The “Movement Print” offered a new pleasure for the discerning stereoscope owner. You inserted it, blinked your eyes rapidly in alternation, and enjoyed a brief moving picture of somebody else working. I have no idea when these were produced. I’d like to know what other subjects, if any, were chosen. (Posted by Doug Skinner)

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Tags: Dead Media · Diversions · Ephemera · Stereoscopy

Ullage Group Flickr Page

March 22nd, 2008 · No Comments

Here is a link to our new flickr page with 3D photos from our first event, “Five Sides of a Machine.” The photos can be viewed with standard red and cyan 3D glasses. Stereoscopic photography by Mick Andreano. (Posted by Anthony Matt)

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Tags: Clubs and Associations · Dead Media · Stereoscopy