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Date: Mon, 23 Mar 1998 10:37:40 +0100 Newsgroups: sci.techniques.xtallography Date: Tue, 26 May 1998 12:07:43 +0200 Organization: Erasmus University Rotterdam Hi, I am looking for a vendor for stereo viewers that I can use in our teaching to 1st year Med students. We have some stero pictures of DNA and of steroid receptors (from Nature and Science) and we want the students to look at them withou getting a headache by using the "squinting" method. Can anybody help me? Axel P.N. Themmen Erasmus University Rotterdam Endocrinology & Reproduction P.O.Box 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam (The Netherlands) tel: +31-10-4087340 fax: +31-10-4366832
From: Wolfgang Schmidt
Newsgroups: sci.techniques.xtallography Subject: Re: Stereo viewer Date: Tue, 26 May 1998 13:44:44 +0000 Organization: Agfa-Gevaert AG Several years (> 10) ago I bought a Stereo Viewer ("designed by F.Voegtle") and a Reflecting Stereoscope ("design F.Voegtle /W. Schuss) from VCH Verlagsgesellschaft, Weinheim, Germany. I found both instuments very useful. I dont know wether they still sell this items, but you may have a look at their homepage http://www.wiley-vch.de/ Hope that helps! Wolfgang Schmidt -- Dr. Wolfgang Schmidt e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org AGFA-Gevaert AG phone: +49 214 30 42440 Leverkusen,Germany fax: +49 214 30 50335 Opinions stated, are personal & are not necessarily those of my employer
From: email@example.com Newsgroups: sci.techniques.xtallography Subject: Re: Stereo viewer Date: Wed, 27 May 1998 10:39:38 -0700 Organization: U.C. Berkeley You could make anaglyphs - or reg green separations of the colours of the images. Then all you would need are the stereo glasses with one red and one green filter to see the stereo effect. These are very inexpensive and can be found easily. Information on making such images can be found at: http://dot.digibel.be/~guru/3dsoft.html There are a variety of methods and software. All do basically do the same thing: combine the red channel of one stereo image (of a stereo pair) with the green and blue channel of the other.
From: "John C. Huffman"
Newsgroups: sci.techniques.xtallography Subject: Re: Stereo viewer Date: Sat, 30 May 1998 20:52:11 -0500 Organization: Indiana University Molecular Structure Ceter Try looking up local forestry supply houses. Stereo photography is a common technique and one can usually find viewers at a variety of prices. I use Ben Meadows company in the US. (http://www.benmeadows.com). -- |===================================================| | John C. Huffman | | firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.iumsc.indiana.edu | |===================================================|
From: Daniel Moore or Lorena Babcock Moore
Newsgroups: sci.techniques.xtallography Subject: Re: Stereo viewer Date: Mon, 01 Jun 1998 23:35:31 GMT Omni Resources ( http://www.omnimap.com/ ) sells several models of stereo viewers from inexpensive plastic models to top of the line foresters' stereoscopes. If you plan to do quite a bit of viewing you should consider getting a pair with glass lenses. The plastic ones are OK for introductory classroom use but will probably strain the eyes after prolonged use. Dan Moore