Photo-3D Mailing-List

The e-mail mailing list named "photo-3d" has been established for the purposes of discussing 3D photography and closely allied subjects. In this list, 3D is defined as the presentation of separate and different images to the left and right eyes. This definition is not intended to exclude lenticular presentations or the Pulfrich effector "wallpaper" stereograms. However, it is intended to exclude discussions of, for instance, perspective drawing and "ray tracing" (often called 3D by people in other fields) and is also intended to limit the discussion of holography to headlines only, inasmuch as holography is a radically different technique. Unfortunately, this is not the place to post 3D computer images; many subscribers cannot afford to receive messages that large.  

Discussions of the following (in no particular order) are encouraged.


  • 3D art
  • 3D equipment and products, both commercial and home-brew
  • 3D personal experiences
  • 3D techniques
  • 3D theory
  • 3D photographic stills and movies
  • 3D television
  • 3D computer graphics
You have a choice of how you receive the proceedings of this list. You may elect to have posts delivered to you as we receive them (immediate or "ack" mode) or you may elect to receive the "digest" which is the collection of up to a day's posts.

This list is capable of automatically handling a number of requests. To subscribe to photo-3d, send e-mail to:

No subject line is needed or desired. 

If you have any problems at all, please don't hesitate to contact:

Photo-3D Online Sign-up

You may join Photo-3D right now by simply entering the required information below:

Name and E-Mail Information
Full Name:

Click  to become a member of Photo-3D.
Click  to clear this form and start over.

For any questions, please contact the list's owner:

Once you are subscribed you may send mail to the other people on the list by addressing e-mail to: (a different address)

Return To Main Menu

Hits since

March 1st, 1997
dimensions Web Design. Click here to send an E-Mail!
Last modified on October 18, 2019
Web Programming Copyright © 1997- by and Alexander Klein. All rights reserved.