Monday, May 18, 2009

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Stereoscopy techniques As we have seen the three-dimensional perception is basically created by the brain because each eye gathers information from a different reality. It is precisely this difference that the brain is capable of interpretation and analysis to generate a feeling of volume one / you object / s or a scene being captured by a human visual system. There are many different techniques to achieve to get each image to the eye to it. In creating these feelings involved spatial aspects of vision monocular and binocular vision. These characteristics are artificially power to "recreate" the so-called third dimension. Basic techniques that require no equipment are: cross-eye (cross eyed) and eye parallel (parallel eyed) these are simply put on the screen or paper the two images for each eye to one side the other, to the technique of cross-eye image left corresponds to right eye and vice versa, in the technique of the eyes is parallel to the picture on the left corresponds to the same eye and vice versa. To make each eye see the image that it requires some training, which can last several minutes at the beginning is blurry because the eye using a remote, it can improve away from the image-may try to image at the top of this page to achieve the pointing hand appears out of the screen. if you visit Israel, you must with Israel Maven And with an eye trained to see the effect is achieved by instantantea and no blur, which is in itself impressive banstante, of course it depends what you are viewing. Among the advantages of this technique are that the stereoscopic image is seen in true color and you can see pictures or videos of any size. However, for that does not really cheap there are other ways to...