rior to this development of technology, there was the famous “sun picture” technology that was developed by William Wedgwood. Then came Niépce creation of permanent image. Subsequent to this development, the calotype technology was developed. This was a key factor that was a significant part of the history of photography. Essentially, Niépce had create the technology to imprint image and catch image. Concept of permanent image was a revolutionary technology that has paved the way for the development of calotype technology and the Daguerreotype process. Calotype technology is essentially an enhancement of this technology devised by Talbot. It has been able to devise unique strategies that had facilitated in the growth of the photography. The technique of Calotype finds its significance even in the modern era. One of the most significant disadvantages of the calotype is that the prints start to fade after a certain amount of times. Daguerreotype process was a far more refined process when compared to the calotype process. Calotype process was patented by Talbot but it was not so for the Daguerreotype process. The stereoscope process is an extension of presentation of images from the Daguerreotype process. It was one of the most popular mediums of entertainment until the development of modern motion picture era had developed. One of the most notable disadvantage of this process is that it had enabled people to gain headache, eye stress and migraine when viewing for longer periods. The conditions of the images need to be pristine to ensure that there is no significant distortion of the images. Owing to this, the people developed the need to look for other kinds of technology. From this stemmed the motion flow images and the modern day cinema. There is a lot of intricate network of factors that need to work in smooth cohesion to create a refined end process of the images and the final presentation. During this time, there has been development of the stereoscope. In actuality, a stereoscope is fundamentally composed of two pictures that are mounted next to each other. There is a set of lenses to view the pictures. Each picture is actually taken from a slightly different viewpoint that corresponds closely with the spatial arrangement of the eyes. The left picture represents what the left eye would see. Subsequently, the right eye would see what the right eye is supposed to see. It can be understood that both these images together has held for the overall holistic perception of the images. This perception of the images allows the people to understand and experience the flow of motion of the images. When observing the pictures through a special viewer, the pair of two-dimensional pictures merge together into a single three-dimensional photograph. It gained a lot of popularity in the late 1800s owing to the development of motion cinema.