Thursday, 31 May 2018 | Admin
To celebrate the LSC’s tenth birthday we are organising a summer competition, open to anyone in the galaxy.
We would like you to re-stage, in side-by-side 3-D, one of the paintings which was turned into a stereo-card in the Victorian era and that you will find in our book: The Poor Man’s Picture Gallery (it has to be one of the paintings from the book).
Thursday, 3 November 2016 | Admin
Designed by Brian May, the Lite Owl is so small, thin and light that it can be slipped into a pocket or worn round the neck with a cord so that it is always at hand.
It can be used to view modern or vintage stereocards, stereo illustrations in books and magazines but also 3-D videos and even VR content on your smartphone.
Monday, 24 October 2016 | Admin
The new OWL Virtual Reality Kit takes the existing OWL Stereo Viewer and, through use of a simple but ingenious adaptor, enables its use with a smart phone not only to view online 3-D images, but also those taken by the user, and commercially available VR content.
Tuesday, 1 March 2016 | Admin
Well, we’re finally about to release the CRINOLINE 3-D book, promised from last year. It’s all about the most outrageous fashion of all time, something Denis has researched for years, and I’ve learned a lot from the project. Crinoline is something a lot more significant (and dangerous!) than you might imagine … and there are great resonances from this 1860s phenomenon to the present day, as you’ll see.
The release of the book is timed to coincide with the V&A – Victoria and Albert Museum – exhibition on the History of Underwear – called "Undressed” ! SEE. Our title is much less sensationalistic than theirs ! ha ha ! We have contributed some stereos to their exhibition, which looks like it will be sensational, so plan to visit the V 'n' A next month ! OK ?