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What is stereo photography?

Two-dimensional photography and drawings have been the standard for most architectural representation, but they flatten and distort the visual qualities of space, light and materials. By providing pairs of discrete images for the left and right eyes, three-dimensional stereoscopic photography can reproduce subtle qualities of architecture by positioning the object in space, modeling it by dispersed or reflected light, and accurately rendering textures. Stereo photography can restore the binocular cues for space perception that provide a sense of scale through true renderings of distance and size.