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Toshiba Announces a Monocular 2D+Depth Camera

Last month, Toshiba announced  at The 22nd Symposium on Sensing via Image Information (SSII2016) a new method to create 3D images from a monocular camera. A clever set of color filters blurs a certain range of colors in the image, allowing an immage processing algorithm to compute a depth map. Details here under.

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VR Box Available for $18.99 Today Only

Virtual reality gaming and exploration doesn’t have to cost a fortune...you can enjoy a ridiculously cool stereoscopic VR experience for under $20 with the VR Box Virtual Reality headset on sale for $18.99 in the Boing Boing Store (36% off the normal price).

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"Kubo and the Two Strings", a 3D Printed 3D Movie

"Kubo and the Two Strings" is scheduled to be released in US theaters on August 19, 2016 in 2D and stereoscopic 3D formats. The stop-motion film is set in a mythological version of Japan, and is essentially conjoining Western and Eastern themes into a heart-warming and colorfully animated journey. Ultimately, Kubo and The Two Strings also mends together the traditional form of stop-motion film and new innovative techniques that have been enabled in part thanks to 3D printing technology. Trailer and details here under.

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Is the Infinitus Prime tVR the Rolls-Ryce of VR headsets?

You are dreaming of 4K VR helmets? Think twice... OK, Infinitus Prime is targeting pro users, not you and me, but it offers a 140° field (and the next version may give 170°) of view and a 5120x1440 pixels screen. Dubbed "The world's most advanced & visually striking Virtual Reality Headset" by its makers (Delion Global, London, UK), the tVR's aim is to disrupt the world of virtual reality headsets.

 

 

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