Your favourite stereo view

Every collector has his favourite item. S&I Media 2021 is looking for collectors of stereoscopic views from across the world who have special stories about one of their items.

In case you are one of those collectors, please contact us. We would be pleased to record a 1-minute Zoom video with your story! These videos will be screened in a special event of our conference in June.

Online S&I Media 2021: open call until 1 March

Due to the Covid-19 crisis, we are now organizing this year’s conference as an online scientific event that will take place from the 17th to the 19th of June. This online edition will resume a great part of the contents prepared for our postponed 2020 edition, namely our confirmed keynote speakers (Tom Gunning, Denis Pellerin, Elizabeth Edwards and Carlos Teixidor) and all the accepted proposals for paper presentations. Along the traditional plenary sessions and themed parallel tracks, S&I Media 2021 will explore its new virtual format by launching a S3D Short Film Festival and a Virtual Art Gallery to showcase the most recent and diverse immersive artworks. The red/cyan anaglyph system will be adopted so that images can be displayed in stereoscopic 3-D in all digital screens. Other events are being prepared and will be disclosed soon! In order to meet a larger international community of researchers and art professionals our call for papers has been reopened until March 1st. Follow the link in our homepage to submit your abstract, or send your film proposal to We hope you can join us!

International Journal on S&I Media: new issue

IJSIM’s editorial board is proud to announce this new issue which includes three inspiring invited articles by Michael Pritchard (Royal Photographic Society, UK), Carlos Teixidor-Cadenas (Institute of Cultural Heritage of Spain) and Bruno Martins (University of Minas Gerais, Brazil), along with five peer-reviewed articles by Peter Blair (UK), Bradley Kagan (Australia), Stephen McBurney (UK), Esther Jacopin (France) and Volker Kuchelmeister (Australia). We are also proud to present on its cover an extraordinary stereoscopic negative by Jean Laurent from 1869 showing the Tower of Belém (Lisbon) and Laurent’s photographic laboratory cart. We take this opportunity to thank all the authors, reviewers and designers for their remarkable work in putting together this issue in such difficult times.

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IJSIM’s call for papers for next issue is open until 30th June 2021. Please find registration and submission informations here.


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