XPAND, the active glasses company from Ljubljana, Slovenia, is now offering the cheapest 3D presentation ever available.
If you want to know more details about the .MPO format used by the FUJI W1 and W3 cameras and the Nintendo 3DS game console, look no futher than the specifications document itself on the CIPA web site.
The Summit Evolution digital photogrammetric workstation by Datem (Anchorage, Alaska, USA) performs 3D feature collection directly into AutoCAD, MicroStation, or ArcGIS. Summit Evolution allows for easy management of multiple model images along with their appropriate camera and control files. Quick and efficient stereoscopic orientation of the models is performed using either interior, relative, and absolute orientation or by employing exterior orientation data.
The Acer 27-Inch 3D LCD (HN274H) is the first LED monitor to support both HDMI1.4a (3D) and NVIDIA 3D Vision solutions. Its DVI-DL connection provides twice the bandwidth of DVI for supporting very high resolution images when attached to a PC.
The Realm, is the first theatrical dance performance that will use stereoscopic 3D to create a virtual environment for "live" performers in real-time; thus, adding a more cinematic element to live theatre; and in turn, adding an entirely new level of immersion for the audience. Performed in the Morgan Auditorium, University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa, AL, USA) from 19 to 22 April 2011.