This richly illustrated book brings from oblivion stereoscopic photography. The first 3D photos, then called stereoscopic, were taken shortly after the photograph was invented. The opportunity to see the spatial image then fascinated people no less than virtual reality goggles now.
The album contains two hundred stereoscopic photos of professionals and amateur photographers taken in Lithuania more than 100 years ago. The author of their book has been looking for many years in public and private collections in Lithuania and abroad. The photos are completely unique, known pieces of them, the vast majority of them have never been published before. Even the connoisseurs of S. F. Fleury, the most famous stereoscopic photo photographer in Vilnius, will be surprised by almost two dozen newly discovered photos of him.
Lithuania has not yet had such a book – these historical pictures can be seen again as their authors wanted. Special glasses are attached to the book. Looking through them, three-dimensional views of Vilnius and its surroundings, Kaunas, Žagarė, Radviliškis, Žemaitija and northern Lithuania will appear before you.