The use of 3D in film projection was started over 100 years ago. Its use in film has fluctuated over the years and has even been used in TV. Until recently, this technology has been unexploited, but with the obvious uses in science, medicine, and teaching we can see great benefit coming from it today. Through research of different 3D aspects, a further understanding of its benefits will be obtained. Using a 3D ray tracing program called POV-Ray, one can develop 3D environments and make 3D images using other software in addition to POV-Ray. Using this to model solar systems or any other environment can be fun and educational. Also by creating a system using just a laptop and two USB cameras, the acquiring and storage of stereo pairs can be achieved instantly. Then using created software, the producer can show these stereo pairs in 3D in motion, as an animation. The simplicity and quickness of this approach makes it very useful.The Polarization Methods of 3D Projection Light is a transverse electromagnetic wave. For light to be linearly polarized, the ... the basics of a wire grid polarizer. A wire grid polarizer is a simple device made up of parallel conducting wires.
|Title||:||Computer Techniques of Acquiring and Producing Three-dimensional Videos|
|Author||:||Luke James Whittlesey|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|