The Shape-Drive “SD” 3-D machine vision system by Pembroke Instruments can acquire up to 1.5 million 3D points per second.
The new SD series from Shape-Drive is gaining huge international attention as the most innovative 3-D vision solution for industrial applications. The SD is ideal for high resolution quality control tasks in production environments that require high process tact rates. The 3-D vision solution employs GigE and is easily integrated into higher level systems. Simultaneous 3D digistization with multiple SD modules is possible.
Stereoscopic Player 2.0.6 is available for download since May 5, 2013. Stereoscopic Player is a versatile 3D movie player for your PC written by Peter Wimmer from 3DTV.at. It is the most used 3D player in the PC world.
Stereoscopic Player remains the best 3D movie player in the world (by far): it now has additional viewing modes on the Oculus Rift head mounted display, an updated MVC decoder, support for MPEG MVC transport streams, and several minor fixes.
Are you looking for a research job in the stereoscopic (and far beyond!) field? Holografika (Budapest, Hungary) is looking for an Experienced Researcher fora research project for a 2-year period.
The open position is for an experienced researcher in the area of software design and implementation for 3D light-field displays at Holografika, for two years. The research project is an "European Commission Framework Program 7 Marie Curie Action" called PROLIGHT: Modern Signal Processing Methods for Ultra-Realistic Light-Field Displays.
The World 3D Film Expo will return to the Egyptian Theatre from September 6-15, 2013. The ten-day festival will pay tribute to the 60th anniversary of what many film historians regard as the “Golden Age” of stereoscopic 3D, and will include screenings of the John Wayne western HONDO, the Vincent Price horror film HOUSE OF WAX, Cole Porter’s musical KISS ME KATE, and sci-fi thriller IT CAME FROM OUTER SPACE, and even later 3D films, such as 1983’s JAWS 3D. Lesser-known titles, such as THE FRENCH LINE with Jane Russell and film noir SECOND CHANCE with Robert Mitchum, will also be included.
Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. (Eindhoven, NL) has been issued patent number US8422801.This patent was filed on December 17, 2008 and was published online on April 16, 2013. In the claims, Philips describes a new method for encoding stereoscopic images in a standard TV feed (on satellite, cable, or Blu-ray discs).
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