Stereoscopy News Newsletter Issue #6
Panasonic 3D Plasma
Panasonic has unveiled a prototype 50-inch television and matching active glasses that together give the viewer the illusion of three dimensions. The images are full HD (1,920x1,080 pixels). Market release is expected in 2010. Read the paper in ComputerWorld here.Read more...
YT3D option on YouTube
Uploading 3D videos on YouTube is easier than before with this YT3D option that appeared in July 2009.
Blender 3D 2.5
Blender 4D Architect found a simple and efficient way to use Blender 2.5 -the well known open source modeling and rendering application- to produce 3D images suitable for stereoscopic visualisation.
3D on your iPhone
Autostereoscopy on the iPhone display is not exactly new, as it is offered byWazabee. The company supplies a lenticular screen protector sheet, so no glasses are needed !
3D and some unconventional use of the Wii remote
Head tracking is definitively a plus in stereoscopic games. In 2007, a little genius named Johnny Lee found a clever use of the Wii remote to implement it with a simple Wii remote. He explains his method on YouTube here under.Read more...
Designer 3D Glasses
In WorstPreviews, there is a paper here describing the new trend of using its own designer glasses to go to the movies.The history of 3D cinema
A nice 2 pages illustrated summary history of the history of 3D Cinema has been published on Pocket Lint here.Britney Spears "Circus" in 3D
Perez Hilton reveals that sources say Spears is planning to film the Las Vegas dates of her "Circus Starring Britney Spears" tour in 3D, scheduled for September 26th and 27th at the Mandalay Bay Events Center. The celebrity blogger appears in the show himself as part of a macabre circus introduction video.
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