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Civil War 3D Combo DVD's for PC/Mac

Civil War 3D Combo DVD's for PC/Mac

Get both Civil War 3D DVD's for one price!

Civil War In 3D Volume I - DVD (PC/Mac)
We have taken the first 100 images that have been restored and made them available on DVD. Each image is available in three different formats:
Anaglyph for the PC/Mac
Stereo Pair for iTouch/iPhone/SmartPhone using Hasbro My 3D or 3DVu2Go viewer
MPO file for Fuji 3D Camera
To make your experience more complete, for each image, we have provided views that you would not normally be able to see if you only had access to the full image. We have created, in each format, more than 500 views from the original images.

Image size information:
Anaglyph:1280 x 720
iPhone/iTouch/Smart Phone: 960 x 640 (452 x 640 per side with small center border)
Fuji W1/W3 MPO Format: 720 x 405
System Requirements:
Windows PC/Apple Mac
DVD player
Internet Browser
700 Mb hard drive space

What you receive:
DVD compatible with both PC/MAC
More than 2000 images!
863 Anaglyph for the PC
583 Smartphone/iTouch/Iphone
563 Fuji 3D (MPO format)
Background information for each image telling the story of the battle, location or person in the image
Before/After image comparisons, see what the original was like before restoration!
A narrated three minute anaglyph video showing the restoration and tinting process
An index list of images by location, person, all, etc.
A free pair of red/cyan anaglyph glasses to view the images on your PC/Mac

Library of Congress Civil War Stereo Cards DVD (PC/Mac)
One of the most popular forms of photography during the Civil War was stereo photography (or what we would call 3D). This involved the use of cameras with two lenses to capture what the left and right eye would see. When viewed through a stereo viewer these images come to life.
Starting in 1861 the Library of Congress began collecting stereo cards. The condition ranges from near perfect to very distressed; with most of them in excellent viewing condition.
For the first time 685 Civil War stereo view cards (including a few duplicates) in the collection are brought together on one disk for viewing on your PC or Mac.
For each image:
•Full size scan of the original card
•Converted at full size to anaglyph (red/cyan glasses provided)
•Stereo pair (freeview)
•Cross view
•Additional notes made by the Library of Congress as well as notes from the back of the card (when available).