I saw a computer version of this screen last year. They're quite nice
actually. The work on the same principle as the many of the products you've
seen since you were a child, "photographic mouse pads, sports cards, the 3d
camera from the 80's etc".
You're head must occupy an exact angle for best comfort, and the authoring
must be calibrated very well. Live action usually doesn't feel nearly as
nice as full cgi.
I imagine all you need to do is create a properly verticle stripped image,
calibrated to the display to show the effect properly.
On Wed, Apr 7, 2010 at 10:21 AM, esoteric.vision
> Okay I've got a question for the true techno-geeks out there. Sharp has
> made a 3D screen that you can use without the silly glasses. It works but
> projecting two different images (right and left eye) at two different
> angles. Assuming we capture the images stereoscopically (did I spell that
> right?), could we use this technology?
> Best Regards,
Southern Digital Solutions LLC
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