Monthly Archives: April 2012

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3D Imaging with Stereoscopy – Part II

Once we already know the cues used by our brain to notice depth, it’s time to a little more technical chat. We’ll see a quick overview about some techniques used to acquire and view stereoscopic images to finally get the hands dirty for creating our own stereoscopic image in a simple tutorial for creating the stereo pair of […]

3D Imaging with Stereoscopy – Part I

In a very straight forward definition 3D, imaging is the process to create optical illusion of depth on a 2D display. This goal can be achieved by reproducing a pair of slight different images in a way that viewers’ eyes see each image separately, creating the depth illusion as their brains combine the images into […]