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Timeline about the research and development of 3D vision



1519

Leonardo da Vinci points out that it is like a binocular (two-eyed) vision that adds the quality of depth to the perception of items.

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1826

In early spring 1826, Joseph Nicépce takes the first picture of his hometown Chalon-sur-Saône. The exposure time amounts to 8 hours and the size of the image is 16.5x21 cm.


1849

David Brewster builds a binocular camera and a “lenticular stereoscope”.


1889

Thomas Edison invents the Kinetoscope. It is a motion picture exhibition device that was presented in a small room for selected viewers.