true 3D

true 3D

The stereoscopic 3D effect in print or video. The "true" refers to the illusion of depth in contrast to a 3D object that has width, height and depth but is not lifelike. See 3D visualization.
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NexTech's SaaS subscription platform enables companies like Zoltan David to transform 2D images into true 3D AR experiences.
The platform offers users a true 3D ray-tracing model covering frequency bands from 100MHz up to 100GHz, supporting 5G, Massive MIMO, 3D beamforming and mmWave technologies.
The camera extracts the true 3D shape of an object, regardless of its contrast or colour.
Prellis' Vascular Tissue Blanks are true 3D structures printed with capillaries supporting large tissue growth.
Sensible Vision uses true 3D depth sensing software to measure 10,000-15,000 depth data points.
The team said that all lighting was done in-engine in real-time and optimized for VR at 90 frames per second for the viewers not to see any shadows or light variations Elliot Mizroch, CEO of Experius VR, referred that his team spent two months in post-production to transform the 3D scans and photographs into a true 3D model that suits VR devices.
Detu has launched MAX, a professional grade AI 360[degrees] virtual reality (VR) panoramic camera that is equipped with true 3D capabilities.
"Product Renders is, I believe, still the only true 3D rendering company that specialises in 3D still product images.
Reportedly, it does this by using a true 3D representation, phantoms using real patient CT data, instead of a single point source measurement.
For the true 3D characterization, several groups have developed three dimensional atomic force microscopy (3D-AFM) or critical dimension atomic force microscopy (CD-AFM).
Emmett Leith and Juris Upatnieks, of the University of Michigan, have shown true 3D holograms that they have made with a laser (light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation), quickly applying this device Invented four years ago--that was characterised as an invention looking for an application!