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Sir David Brewster and Louis Jules Duboscq

In this video, photo historian Denis Pellerin expands on the roles of Sir David Brewster and Jules Duboscq developing the lenticular stereoscope.

In this video, photo historian Denis Pellerin explains how Sir David Brewster and Jules Duboscq came together to develop the lenticular stereoscope, which was exhibited at the Great Exhibition in 1851.

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In the next step, we will look in more detail at the life and work of Jules Duboscq.

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If you want to explore Brewster’s work in more detail, you can get a free download of his book, published in 1856.

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Stereoscopy: An Introduction to Victorian Stereo Photography

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