Holografika is hiring
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.
Results of the "Future of 3D Films" Survey
On November 17, 2012 we published a survey about "Future of 3D Films"conducted by UK students. Now, they are back with the results...
My 3D Camera Reads Books Faster Than You
The Ishikawa Oku Laboratory from Tokyo University created an eye-blinking-fast "flipping book" scanner able to digest 250 pages per minute without any damage to the book.
A clever mechanism flips through pages at lightning speeds while a stereoscopic camera overhead snap detailed images of each double page at the perfect moment. Special software then flattens out the picture and turns it into a machine readable 400 dpi PDF (or other format) document. The slow motion video here under shows the beast in action.
Market availability expected sometimes in 2013.
Reach Inside your Computer with SpaceTop
SpaceTop is a new 3-D desktop developed by Jinha Lee and Cati Boulanger at MIT labs. It was demonstrated at the annual TED conference in Long Beach (California, USA) in February and attracted a lot of attention. This new way of interacting with a computer is combining a 3D interface with 3D gesture controls, a smart convergence that will likely become more common.
SpaceTop is a unique combination of a transparent display and 3D gesture detection algorithm collocates input space and stereoscopic rendering without tethering or encumbering users with wearable devices.
Watch the live demo here under.
zSpace App Challenge for 3D Developpers
The zSpace App Challenge is a competition challenging the developer community to create new applications that take advantage of the zSpace platform.
Are you a Unity developer ready to build a compelling app for an emerging 3D technology (stereoscopic 3D not mandatory, but we support the idea, of course)?
Would you like to make $50 for simply participating in a contest?
The zSpace App Challenge organized by Infinite Z is challenging the developer community to create new applications that take advantage of the ‘zSpace’ platform. The Competition is intended to provide recognition to individuals for developing innovative apps that utilize the zSpace SDK and the Unity engine. By participating in the App Challenge, you will be granted access to a trial version of Unity Pro.