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A combined pocket size Hyperscope & Psudoscope,
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Further Reading
Suggested Further Reading
  • Blank, Albert A. Metric Geometry in Human Binocular Perception: Theory and Fact. Formal Theories of Visual Perception. Leeuwenberg, 1978.

  • Brewster, David. The Stereoscope. Morgan and Morgan. 1856 Edition.

  • Dewdney, A.K. Computer Recreations. A program for rotating hypercubes induces four-dimensional dimentia. Scientific American, Feb. 1986.

  • Ernst, Bruno. The Magic Mirror of M.C. Escher. Ballantine N.Y.C. 1976.

  • Gardner, Martin. Mathematical Carnival. Is it possible to visualize a 4-dimensional figure? Vintage Books 1917.

  • Gibson, J.J. The Perception of The Visual World. Harvard University Press 1950.

  • Wade, Nicholas. Brewster and Wheatstone. Academic Press 1983.

  • Walker, Jearl. The Amateur Scientist. The hyperscope and the pseudoscope aid experiments on three-dimensional vision. Scientific American Nov.1986.