Mid 1970’s, papers and photo negatives for de Montebello’s Synthalyzer, An Invention to Study the Internal Forms of Living Organisms.

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Paperwork and diagrams for Roger de Montebello’s Synthalyzer, circa mid 1970’s. Synthalyzer was an invention used in medical contexts, projecting sequenced images with an overlapping time delay to create a 3D effect, allowing doctors and scientists to view xrays or other images in an early form of 3D.

Pen and Marker sketch.  8.5″ x 11″

Negative tests for 3-D synthesis and analysis of model of human head lying of its right side. Positives are shown to illustrate the image – Gallery 98 only possesses the negatives. 4″ x 5.25″ each.

Large diagram drafted and signed by Roger de Montebello, February 1976. 19″ x 23″

A reprint from the Proceedings of the Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers, Roger de Montebello, 1977. 10 Pages. 8.5″ x 11″:


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Roger Lannes de Montebello