- a of or relating to a stereoscope
- a of or relating to stereoscopy
- Successful 3-D movies require that two stereoscopic images be kept scrupulously aligned and in focus, and this technological challenge has virtually overwhelmed a generation of .
- Many nevertheless possess stereoscopic vision which they get by virtue of the fact that they have two maculae .
- The trouble with most previous stereoscopic X-rays, the Kleins explain, was that the two exposures were made the same way stereoscopic photographs are made: i.
News & Articles
- Clock of the walk
‘The man who invents a perfect [3-D movie] will have accomplished the greatest achievement since the motion picture,’’ said silent screen comedy legend Harold Lloyd to an interviewer 90 years ago, ranking stereoscopic cinematography above color and sound, technologies then in their infancy. Suzanne Lloyd has taken her technophile grandfather...
June 16, 2013 - New York Post
- Preston Middle School Students use Presente3D to further their STEM Education through 3D
Middle school students from Preston Middle School in Fort Collins, Colorado are using Presente3D, stereoscopic 3D-add-on for Microsoft PowerPoint, in the classroom for advancement of STEM Education by incorporating 3D into every day education. The students, a mix of 6th, 7th and 8th graders, were able to easily create 3D stereoscopic presentations with Presente3D's add-on for Microsoft ...
June 13, 2013 - PRWeb
- Ed Boon in Escapist Magazine
We've been working on stereoscopic 3D, getting the game to work with the layers that makes 3D look so great, and so far the video that we've gotten is really impressive,Boon said. "It's a lot more immersive, you really feel like you're...
- Jen-Hsun Huang in Reuters
Stereoscopic technology will have gamers going back two or three years and playing older games just to see how they look in 3D,said Jen-Hsun Huang, CEO of Nvidia.
- Lenny Lipton in MarketWatch
Stereoscopic gaming is inevitable. It's not so much a question of added realism or emersion, terms that I find too nebulous to define. Stereoscopic 3D gaming is more fun -- that's why it's here to stay,said Lenny Lipton, Chief Technology...