Planetarium Projector Museum Presents:

Planetarium Projectors in Stereo 3-D

Anaglyph Glasses Required (Red = Left Eye / Blue = Right Eye)



glasses


SpitzA1

Spitz A-1 Planetarium Projector




Minolta

Minolta Series IIB Planetarium Projector




STP

Spitz STP Planetarium Projector




Mercury

Goto Mercury Planetarium Projector




GotoS2

Goto S-2 Planetarium Projector




GotoVenus

Goto Venus Planetarium Projector




GotoVenus

Goto Venus Planetarium Projector




GotoVenus

Goto Venus Planetarium Projector




EmmonsHPA

Emmons HPA Planetarium Projector




SpitzA3P

Spitz A3P Planetarium Projector




Zeiss

Zeiss Model 1 Projector / photograph by Albert Maly-Motta




Zeiss

Zeiss Model 1 Projector / photograph by Albert Maly-Motta




Zeiss

Zeiss Projector at the Adler Planetarium




Zeiss

Zeiss Mark II Planetarium Projector




ZeissM1015

Augsburg Zeiss Planetarium Projector


Photo by Albert Maly-Motta (Zeiss M1015)




ZeissM1015

Munich Zeiss Planetarium Projector


Photo by Albert Maly-Motta (Zeiss M1015)




ZeissM1015

Munich Zeiss Planetarium Projector


Photo by Albert Maly-Motta (Cross eyed Viewing - Zeiss M1015)




Zeiss

Zeiss ZKP-1 Planetarium Projector


Photo by and projector owned by Albert Maly-Motta




Zeiss

Zeiss ZKP-1 Planetarium Projector


Photo by and projector owned by Albert Maly-Motta




Zeiss

Zeiss ZKP-1 Planetarium Projector


Photo by and projector owned by Albert Maly-Motta




Zeiss

Zeiss ZKP-1 Planetarium Projector


Photo by and projector owned by Albert Maly-Motta




SolarViewing

Viewing the Sun at the Museum


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