anaglyph anaglyph


  1. (n) moving or still pictures in contrasting colors that appear three-dimensional when superimposed
  2. (n) anything carved in low relief

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  • Lytro's "Living Pictures" Come To Life In The Real World

    A new option to print anaglyph photos lets people view Lytro images with 3–D glasses. Lytro likes to surprise its users. Since debuting its light–field camera in 2012, the company has pushed out about 10 firmware updates that give Lytro owners new features like perspective shift, living filters, and Wi–Fi sync, to name a few. Adding one more to the list, Lytro on Tuesday unveiled a capability ...
    on November 12, 2013     Source: Fast Company Magazine


  • "It doesn't bleed colors out the way the old anaglyph glasses did," says Katzenberg. "But consider this a warm-up for the movie theater experience, which, honestly, is 100 times higher quality than you could see on TV. This is like a Razor...
    on Jan 30, 2009 By: Jeffrey Katzenberg Source: TIME

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