stereoscopic viewing

stereoscopic viewing

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An object O stands out from background BB. If the eyes are placed at E1 then the parallax will be P1. If the eyes are moved to E2 the parallax decreases to P2 indicating that the further the eyes recede from an object, the smaller would be its apparent height.
The viewing of objects or photographs in three dimensions. Stereo-pair photographs are viewed through a stereoscope. The height of an object seen on a stereo pair is an illusion of height, and it varies as to how it is viewed. One example of a solid object is given in the illustration.
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The digital footage (filmed by Geo-Scan) was then used for computer 3D models of the monuments, for stereoscopic viewing with large-format back-lit lenticular prints and for digital colour holograms--size 60 x 80 cm.
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Stereoscopic display technology family of products enables high-definition stereoscopic viewing in an electronic environment.
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The prototype also features a wide stereoscopic viewing angle and NLT's multi-view technology with multi-camera data, which allows users to see multi-angle images with smooth motion parallax, providing a more realistic 3D viewing experience.
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