Paramount's new trailer for the Katy Perry: Part Of Me concert 3D stereoscopic movie has landed. There will be lots of songs, of course, and the cobalt-tressed singer promises eye-popping 3D sequences: "The word 'cheap' was not in the vocabulary. Hello — it's 3D. You're going to get hit with a lot of sh**."
Katy Perry: Part Of Me will be relased on July 5, 2012 by Paramount.
As everybody, US doctors are watching Titanic 3D so they may have a quick look at human breasts in 3D. But to do that in the professional context of their hunt against breast cancer, they will have to wait a few years before they can take 3D stereoscopic X-ray images of breasts.
This will become possible soon as the technology tested in Japan by Fujifilm becomes available. Fujifilm's digital mammography unit, the Aspire HD Plus (known as the Amulet f abroad) was developed to do exactly that. The method to obtain 3D stereoscopic X-ray breasts images is explained here under.
Long considered the ugly duckling of the consumer lenticular cameras, the 4-lenses / 4-views 3D stereoscopic Nishika 8000 is now in high regard as the most versatile of the breed, because the camera features three aperature settings, unlike other lenticular cameras, which are only point and shoot cameras.This camera has four 30mm lenses which are used to create a multi-view 3D picture. It has a shutter speed of 1/60th of a second, and three possible aperture values of "Sunny", "Partially Cloudy", and "Indoors Cloudy". This camera was made in the late 80's by Nishika Optical Systems, and takes standard 35mm film.
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