stereoscopic 3D


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stereoscopic 3D

The rendering of still and moving images with lifelike depth, such as a 3D movie. Depending on the technology, the viewer may be required to wear eyeglasses or not. For details, see 3D visualization and 3D rendering.

The Other 3D
Stereoscopic 3D differs from designing in 3D, in which objects have width, height and depth but do not have the illusion of genuine depth. See 3D modeling and CAD.
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All existing stereoscopic 3D movies can be converted with the algorithm.
The results of this cooperation, based on expertise and proven practices, will be an asset for those looking at innovative ways of shooting Live Television, and wanting to work in stereoscopic 3D.
XPAND is committed to advancing the state-of-the art in technology to provide consumers, businesses, educators and medical professionals with the comprehensive advantages of stereoscopic 3D.
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This is undoubtedly the year of stereoscopic 3D, and 3ality Digital is totally focused on providing superb enabling technologies for it," said Steve Schklair, CEO of 3ality Digital Systems, the technology and production arm of 3ality Digital.
In addition, the new pure 120Hz LCD monitors unlock crystal-clear, flicker-free stereoscopic 3D gaming that provides 60Hz per eye.
The organization is a professional community dedicated to advancing the arts and technologies of Stereoscopic 3D.
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