Integrated Images Inc., a company created to develop and market the CrystalChrome Camera and Integram 3D Photographs, 1983-86

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In 1983 Roger Lannes de Montebello joined forces with Ronald P. Globus and others to form the company Integrated Images Inc. with the goal of developing and marketing the CrystalChrome Camera and Integram 3D Photographs. Globus was the inventor of the successful GlobuScope 360 degree panoramic camera. At Integrated Images, de Montebello was the director of research. The company would close after his death.

Unidentified Photographer, the staff of Integrated Images Inc. celebrates the receipt of a large investment check, 1985; black and white photograph; 5 x 7 inches

Roger de Montebello at bottom left

An excerpt from a page in de Montebello’s Technical Record Book reads “4/8/85 Today we received the $409,000 ++ from First Florida, which is the 2nd Private Placement of $500,000 less various payments!!! Hurray!!!”

Unidentified photographer, The offices and working labs of Integrated Images Inc., 1983-86. Taken from a collection of 4 x 5 inch negatives. 

The workspace at Integrated Images

Left:Worker constructing Viewing Screen mold; Right: Integrated Images Machine Shop

Integrated Images Inc., Board of Directors List, 1983; photocopy; 8.5 x 11 inches

Integrated Images Inc., Confidential Private Placement Memorandum, 1983; 22-page booklet; 8.5 x 11 inches

Roger Lannes de Montebello


Roger Lannes de Montebello (1908–1986): A 40-Year Quest for 3-D Photography

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