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Online course: Stereoscopy: An Introduction to Victorian Stereo Photography

This Stereoscopy course is to be run again from today 13th November, for two weeks taking about 3 hours each week and can be done at a time convenient to you and at your own pace.  It is run online by Future Learn a private company wholly owned by The Open University, with the benefit of over 40 years of their experience in distance learning and online education.

Sign up to a FREE online course and discover why the stereoscope and stereo photography mesmerised Victorians when they first appeared at 1851’s Great Exhibition.

Many members of The Stereoscopic Society took part in this free on-line course on Stereoscopy in the past and found it very interesting.

You can learn by watching videos, listening to audio and reading articles. You can discuss topics with each other and educators will offer guidance and answer questions.

Some of the teaching material is supplied by Denis Pellerin of the London Stereoscopic Company with items from the Brian May collection of stereoscopic photographs.

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