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stereoskopie.org

DGS e.V. – Deutsche Gesellschaft für Stereoskopie

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Stereoscopy – Photography and Filming in 3D

Welcome to the German Society for Stereoscopy (DGS)! The DGS is a non-profit organisation founded in 1928 and promotes the spread and knowledge about three-dimensional images.

Become a member and meet regularly with other stereo-3D enthusiasts. Exchange experiences, view stereoscopic photo and video shows or maybe only get started with 3D and learn how to make your own 3D images.

The DGS with its approximately 500 members unites knowledge from all fields of stereoscopy, be it photo or video, analog or digital, whether printed stereocards, red/cyan anaglyphs, large-scale projection or playback with a 3D-TV at home, as a beginner or professional photographer, artist, scientist or a technology geek. The interests of our members are very diverse, so that an active exchange with like-minded people is possible.

Source: stereoskopie.org/

steenbergen-stichting.nl

Steenbergen Stichting – WELKOM

Johan Steenbergen en de Stichting van 1961 – WELKOM pagina

De Steenbergen Stichting is op 27 februari 1961 opgericht door Johan Steenbergen, een ondernemer en diplomaat in het voor- én naoorlogse Duitsland. De oorspronkelijke naam was Hermann Diedrich Steenbergen Stichting, ter nagedachtenis aan de in 1945 overleden broer van Johan.

Johan Steenbergen vertrok vóór de Eerste Wereldoorlog naar Dresden, een centrum van fotografische industrie. Hij stichtte er de fabriek Ihagee Kamerawerk, die wereldfaam zou verwerven met de productie van de Exakta, de eerste kleinbeeld spiegelreflexcamera.

Source: steenbergen-stichting.nl/

ppttrust.org

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The wanton destruction of projectors and other related professional film equipment prompted in 1978, a few like minded preservationists to form The Projected Picture Trust. The proposals were not only to locate the equipment being destroyed, but to renovate, preserve and exhibit it for the enjoyment of the public at large. In other words, these people wanted to preserve the magic of cinema.

Source: http://www.ppttrust.org