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Southwest Crossroads in 3-D

Thanks for your interest in the School for Advanced Research’s on the Human Experience (SAR) educational website Southwest Crossroads: Cultures & Histories of the American Southwest (SWX). Hopi, mudhead drummer katsina figure (kooyemsi), by Otto Pentewa.Hopi, mudhead drummer katsina figure (kooyemsi), by Otto Pentewa. IARC Collection (SAR.1994-8-47). Stereo photography by Jonathan A. Lewis and Jason S. Ordaz © SAR SWX allows teachers and students in grades 7-12 to explore the many contentious stories that diverse peoples have used to make sense of themselves and the region.

3-D GlassesTo view 3-D imagery on Southwest Crossroads you can either build your own 3-D glasses (downloadable PDF with a template and instructions) or request a free pair of 3-D glasses † *.

Use your 3-D glasses to view historic and contempory 3-D stereo photographs on the Southwest Crossroads website.

Would you like to view more 3-D photographs? With your 3-D glasses on, view a 3-D slideshow (Flickr™) of a few historic stereoviews as well as some contemporary ones taken by Jason S. Ordaz and Jon A. Lewis.

Estimated delivery is 7-10 days via USPS First Class mail.  *Red/cyan 3-D glasses from the School for Advanced Research are available only as stock permits.