3-D Dinosaur Theater
& Prismatic lens Stereoviewer
1983 artist/photographer Ron Keas designed and build a prismatic stereoscopic
viewer with prismatic lenses. He then set up detailed dinosaur models
in terrariums and natural settings and photographed them in stereo.
From his photography he created a stereograph set. The folding stereo
viewer and stereograph set were sold together as 3-D Dinosaur Theater.
This unique 3-D package was
praised by Sir Arthur C. Clarke. He loved showing it to the
kids in Shri Lanka. Ron and Sir Arthur became internet friends, sharing
ideas about 3-D photography and art. The 3-D Dinosaur Theater sold
on the internet from 1985-1990.
Last week Ron found 10 of these
viewers with stereographs, sealed in the original package. He is
offering them for sale on this website. This stereoviewer and stereographs
are part of the history of 3-D photography, and promise to become valuable
collectibles. -Sent to you in its original shrink wraped package.
The folding stereoviewer pictured
above can also be used to view antique stereograph cards.
The stereoviewer contains 8 different
color Dinosaur stereographs photographed by Ron Keas
Only 10 Dinosaur Theater packages
NO LONGER AVAILABLE
3d dinosaurs anaglyphs, of dinosaurs in 3d, three dimensions, eye popping
3-D on your computer screen.