Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Stereo 3D Panorama Samples for Zalman Trimon and other row interleaved 3D monitors
> Well the player technology already exists for a shutter glass stereo panorama viewer and has done for 8 or 9 years in the form of M. Husak's GLStereo Panorama playerJust for the records (i'm sure you know Peter): GLStereo can display
> http://www.gali-3d.com/archive/articles/VFX3D_headtracking/Headtracking.php which will work with Quadro 3dVision systems (and older Quadro drivers and generic shutter glasses). But this is not Flash and you need an expensive Quadro card.
interlaced mode with every GPU, only quadbuffered stereo mode for HMDs
and glasses is limited to cards like the upper range of professional
> Similarly Virtools, Bitmanagement's BSContact Stereo, Worldviz's Vizard all support stereo textures in interactive 3d worlds on Opengl stereo hardware and so can be used for active shutter glasses stereo panorama display. Maybe the new hardware accelerated Flash will make a mass market 3dVision/nvidia Play + DirectX support for large screen shutter glass stereo possible. Or maybe a solution will come out of left field, like from Unity3d where there is a lot of stereo chatter on their forums. There are lenticular screen attachments for Iphone coming out (5 views) -- that might be a cool platform. I am looking forward the the Toshiba and Nintendo 3ds autostereo displays which have great potential too I think.I see, you are very active in finding possibilities for displaying 3D
As you mentioned, there are still many competing technologies which
makes it hard to focus on an unified technology. Shutter glasses in many
variants are on the marked for more than 10 years. As all solutions that
need glasses, they never made it to the mass marked.
I'm positive that this may happen with autostereoscopic displays. But
this technology isn't ready for the mass market and even then, it needs
some sort of standard to reach the 'critical mass'.
- I got my Zalman monitor (24") back and had a look -- the non-full-screen ones look good but with some moire as you pan. The full-screen ones are pseudoscopic on my display but the stereo depth looks strong and the moire is less than non-full-screen.
re displays -- the Toshiba autostereo ones will be going on sale in Japan any day now. Also this new Eizo autostereo one
--- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Wim Koornneef <wim.koornneef@...> wrote:
> Bernhard and Erik thanks a lot for your efforts, the 3D flash viewer seems to
> works good, perhaps not perfect but good enough to get a fine impression
> what is possible, now all I need is an interlaced 3D monitor ;-)
> For people without an interlaced 3D monitor, or when you want to compare the
> panoramas in 2D and 3D, you can use the "remove grid" button to show a flat
> 2D panorama.
> The panorama of the fishing ships is also available as ColorCode3D and
> red/cyan anaglyph so together with the interlaced version a comparison of 3
> different 3D systems and a 2D display is possible.
> For those of you who visited the PanoTools Meeting in Plymouth, this is the
> same panorama that was showed in the dome of the Immersive Vision Theatre.
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