This small archive contains research, correspondence and draft and published papers and patent specifications relating to improvements in stereoscopic film, television and photographic technology by Lawrence Savage in the late 1920s and 1930s. Included in the materials are press cuttings and programmes for demonstrations of equipment including the sound unit of the Savage Sound Locator Trainer which reproduced the noises of aircraft and gunfire for sound films. There are also reports relating to demonstrations of sound equipment to the BBC. The collection also includes materials relating to acquisition of colour lenses and optical systems for stereoscopic film and photography
1 clamshell box
- Stereoscopy, Television, Stereoscopic Film, Cinematography., Photography and Sound
- Access is given in accordance with the NSMM access policy. Material from this collection is available to researchers through the museum’s Insight facility.
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