Charles and Ray Eames rank among the most important American designers of the twentieth century. Known for their groundbreaking contributions to architecture, furniture design, industrial design and manufacturing, and the photographic arts, they were enthusiastic hands-on explorers of new media. It is no surprise to learn that they experimented with stereo (3-D) photography. The 21 full-color three-dimension images in this collection, taken by the Eameses themselves, touch on several areas of their work. Their innovative California house is seen soon after its completion in 1949, and the legendary showroom arrangements of their furniture exemplify their playful use of the photographic medium. Notes by Eames Demetrios summarize the life, career, and philosophy of the designers. View-Master viewer available directly from publisher.