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Google Cardboard Virtual Reality Viewer
Stereo Viewer in our collection.
|Showing the setup.|
The photographic card can be moved forward and backward
to achieve the best focus.
The 3D effect is very good.
|Photo from the web showing stereoviewer and setup.|
(Photo courtesy University of Kansas Library)
|Stagecoach leaving railroad station at Gardiner, Montana|
bound for the hotel at Mammoth Hot Springs
Yellowstone National Park
Published by Underwood and Underwood
Did you know YNP was protected by the US Military in the past?
|Mammoth Hot Springs|
|Each card has a full description printed on the back.|
|Although the Stereos in this post are old, about 1904,|
they are in very good condition.
|Buffalo in Yellowstone|
|The "Golden Gate"|
|"Black Growler" geyser|
Tourists are not allowed to get so close to geysers today!
Today, Park Officials would not want you to get
this close to the Geyser.
Notice the tourist wearing a coat, tie, and vest.
Typical attire for tourists in the early days.
|A bear in Yellowstone.|
Bears are typically one of the wild animals tourists most
want to see during their visit to the Park.
Learn more about the New York Times VR Project here.
Learn more about the whole concept here.
We will be sharing more stereos in future posts. Thank you for stopping by John's Island.