REACH INSIDE YOUR COMPUTER WITH SPACETOP  SpaceTop is a new 3-D desktop developed by Jinha Lee and Cati Boulanger at MIT labs. It was demonstrated at the annual TED conference in Long Beach (California, USA) in February and attracted a lot of attention. This new way of interacting with a computer is combining a 3D interface with 3D gesture controls, a smart convergence that will likely become more common.

REACH INSIDE YOUR COMPUTER WITH SPACETOP SpaceTop is a new 3-D desktop developed by Jinha Lee and Cati Boulanger at MIT labs. It was demonstrated at the annual TED conference in Long Beach (California, USA) in February and attracted a lot of attention. This new way of interacting with a computer is combining a 3D interface with 3D gesture controls, a smart convergence that will likely become more common.

FULLY AUTOMATIC STEREO-TO-MULTIVIEW CONVERSION  "Fully Automatic Stereo-to-Multiview Conversion in Autostereoscopic Displays" is the title of the paper that will presented by distinguished scientists (and long time readers of StereoscopyNews) Peter Kauff, Ralf Schafer, and colleagues from the Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications Heinrich Hertz Institute (Frauhofer HHI, Berlin, Germany) on Sunday September 9, 2012 at IBC in Amsterdam.

FULLY AUTOMATIC STEREO-TO-MULTIVIEW CONVERSION "Fully Automatic Stereo-to-Multiview Conversion in Autostereoscopic Displays" is the title of the paper that will presented by distinguished scientists (and long time readers of StereoscopyNews) Peter Kauff, Ralf Schafer, and colleagues from the Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications Heinrich Hertz Institute (Frauhofer HHI, Berlin, Germany) on Sunday September 9, 2012 at IBC in Amsterdam.

BUILD YOUR OWN HOLOGRAPHIC MICROSCOPE FOR 250$    Holographic microscopes record the 3D shape of tiny objects in high resolution. In November 2012, Japanese researchers revealed how to build one using components that cost just $250.

BUILD YOUR OWN HOLOGRAPHIC MICROSCOPE FOR 250$ Holographic microscopes record the 3D shape of tiny objects in high resolution. In November 2012, Japanese researchers revealed how to build one using components that cost just $250.

TRY THE KAUST 3D GIANT DISPLAY WALL WITH GIGAPIXEL PICS    King Abdullah University of Sciences and Technology (KAUST, Saudi Arabia) is a five years old lab only but it hosts one of the most powerful supercomputers in the world. And KAUST connected the monster to one of the most impressive 3D screens you can dream of, made from two rows of 7 full HD 3D flat panels. The total number of color subpixels of the display wall amounts to 87,091,200. With 3D glasses and head

TRY THE KAUST 3D GIANT DISPLAY WALL WITH GIGAPIXEL PICS King Abdullah University of Sciences and Technology (KAUST, Saudi Arabia) is a five years old lab only but it hosts one of the most powerful supercomputers in the world. And KAUST connected the monster to one of the most impressive 3D screens you can dream of, made from two rows of 7 full HD 3D flat panels. The total number of color subpixels of the display wall amounts to 87,091,200. With 3D glasses and head

The Interactive Light-Field Painting Video

The Interactive Light-Field Painting Video

REACH INSIDE YOUR COMPUTER WITH SPACETOP    SpaceTop is a new 3-D desktop developed by Jinha Lee and Cati Boulanger at MIT labs. It was demonstrated at the annual TED conference in Long Beach (California, USA) in February and attracted a lot of attention. This new way of interacting with a computer is combining a 3D interface with 3D gesture controls, a smart convergence that will likely become more common.

REACH INSIDE YOUR COMPUTER WITH SPACETOP SpaceTop is a new 3-D desktop developed by Jinha Lee and Cati Boulanger at MIT labs. It was demonstrated at the annual TED conference in Long Beach (California, USA) in February and attracted a lot of attention. This new way of interacting with a computer is combining a 3D interface with 3D gesture controls, a smart convergence that will likely become more common.

MY 3D CAMERA READS BOOKS FASTER THAN YOU    The Ishikawa Oku Laboratory from Tokyo University created an eye-blinking-fast "flipping book" scanner able to digest 250 pages per minute without any damage to the book.    A clever mechanism flips through pages at lightning speeds while a stereoscopic camera overhead snap detailed images of each double page at the perfect moment. Special software then flattens out the picture and turns it into a machine readable 400 dpi PDF

MY 3D CAMERA READS BOOKS FASTER THAN YOU The Ishikawa Oku Laboratory from Tokyo University created an eye-blinking-fast "flipping book" scanner able to digest 250 pages per minute without any damage to the book. A clever mechanism flips through pages at lightning speeds while a stereoscopic camera overhead snap detailed images of each double page at the perfect moment. Special software then flattens out the picture and turns it into a machine readable 400 dpi PDF

2013 NEW YEAR CELEBRATED WITH 3D LIGHT SHOW IN SHANGHAI      Shanghai (China) welcomed 2013 with a modern light show staged on its historical buildings on Monday night. Thousands of Shanghai residents and visitors gathered at the bank of the Huangpu River to witness the New Year countdown, which started at 11:40 p.m. with a chorus and a light show ten minutes later. This year's show featured lights projecting a 3D movie onto the facade of the HSBC Building and Customs Hous

2013 NEW YEAR CELEBRATED WITH 3D LIGHT SHOW IN SHANGHAI Shanghai (China) welcomed 2013 with a modern light show staged on its historical buildings on Monday night. Thousands of Shanghai residents and visitors gathered at the bank of the Huangpu River to witness the New Year countdown, which started at 11:40 p.m. with a chorus and a light show ten minutes later. This year's show featured lights projecting a 3D movie onto the facade of the HSBC Building and Customs Hous

3D Camera Replacing Driver

3D Camera Replacing Driver

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