FOR THOSE IN A HURRY:
CONDENSED STEREO RULES
Every picture must be sharp from near to far distances.
In the finished framed pictures there is to be no vertical parallax. Identical points in both single views must always lie on the same horizontal.
The entire picture should appear as lying behind the Stereo Window.
The photographic base must be about one thirtieth of the distance from the camera to the nearest object.
With one mono-camera, only stereo exposures of non-moving objects may be made.
The camera should not be tilted (rolled).
Both single-views may not be transposed.
The orientation direction of the polarizing filter spectacles must form a "V" to match available standard 3-D-glasses.
The projection screen must not depolarize, e.g., as a "silver screen".
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