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reversible perspective footnotes
14 -A treatise on Optics, p. 427. Brewster argued that in a stereoscopic representation an object is seen by the two eyes successively but so rapidly so as ...
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Drawing of a portable camera obscura
A drawing of a portable camera obscura reproduced from A Treatise on Optics by Sir David Brewster. Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1838. ...
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A Treatise on Optics. in 1831, which was a revision of his 1822 essay, he ... “D. Brewster, A Treatise on Optics (Philadelphia: Carey, Lea, & Blanchard, ...
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College of Optometrists Historical Books The annotations in this ...
A treatise on optics. Longman, Green, Brown & Longmans, London, 1853 526p. 239 ill. William Briggs (1642-1704). Born in Norwich and studied medicine with ...
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To See Or Not To See: The Uses of Photometers and Measurements of ...
In A Treatise on Optics printed in 1831, Brewster cited. Potter’s results in the section on reºecting telescopes, and proposed to use ...
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The debate on the “polarity of light” during the optical revolution
A Treatise on Optics. 6s. After a more than. ten-year heated dispute that had involved almost every major actor in the field ...
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