Stereoscopy Day – Annual Exhibition Zoom meeting at 7:30pm Tuesday 21st June 2022

Charles Wheatstone and Stereoscopic DrawingsThe first “Stereoscopy Day“, an international celebration of the birth of stereoscopic 3D,  is on Tuesday 21st June 2022. A new annual event on the anniversary of the day in 1838 when Sir Charles Wheatstone officially presented his stereoscope to the Royal Society of London and demonstrated his theory of binocular vision.
World Stereoscopy Day is organised by the Brian May Archive of Stereoscopy

The Stereoscopic Society will be contributing to the #StereoscopyDay celebration with an online Zoom meeting at 7:30pm BST (GMT+1) – 21st June 2022 to present The Stereoscopic Society Annual Exhibition 2022 of 3D images submitted to this years competition including the award winners.

Also this year would have been the 100th birthday of Pat Whitehouse, a lady who is well known through out The Stereoscopic Society and other 3D clubs around the world for her amazing 3D slide shows especially of wild birds and nature photographed with cameras she designed and made herself.
A short presentation of Pat’s work will conclude the Stereoscopy Day meeting to celebrate her centenary birthday.

Stereoscopy Day – Annual Exhibition 2022 and Pat Whitehouse centenary tribute.
Time: June 21, 2022 07:30 PM London BST (GMT+1)

No registration is necessary, just click the link or use the Login details below :
Join our Annual Exhibition 2022 Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 889 5262 6142
Passcode: 462310

The Annual Exhibition show will be presented in side by side parallel format, you can view with an appropriate stereoscope or resize the Zoom window to freeview.
The show will also be available on YouTube if you are unable to join us live.

Wheatstone Stereoscope

World Stereoscopy Day is organised by the Brian May Archive of Stereoscopy on the anniversary of the presentation of Sir Charles Wheatstone’s paper on stereoscopic vision.
Many events and special offers have already been scheduled around the world both in person meetings and online events.

Just before our Zoom meeting, Denis Pellerin of The Brian May Archive of Stereoscopy (UK) will be giving an educational 3-D presentation titled ‘Did You Know Stereoscopy Was Invented Before Photography?’. It will be live on Zoom (with side-by-side parallel-view images) from 18:00 BST.
For details of this and other events see;

Or add your own celebrations and post images online using hashtag #StereoscopyDay