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The Inside Story of Oculus Rift and How Virtual Reality Became Reality
Oculus has found a way to make a headset that does more than just hang a big screen in front of your face. By combining stereoscopic 3-D, 360-degree visuals, and a wide field of view—along with a supersize dose of engineering and software magic—it hacks your visual cortex. As far as your brain is concerned, there’s no difference between experiencing something on the Rift and experiencing it in the real world.
What is Stereoscopic Imaging?
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How It Works: 3-D TV Without Glasses
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Barnum Museum talk: Before Dumbo, there was Jumbo
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Photoshop in 60 Seconds: How to Apply a 3D Anaglyph Effect
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5 ways to celebrate Owl Awareness Day in the Pacific Northwest
Of the many birds associated with the Pacific Northwest, few may be more universally adored than owls. And few share as many super powers: binocular night vision, stereoscopic hearing, noise-cancelling feathers and profound cuteness, to name a few.
What You Can Learn From Red Bull’s Virtual Reality Storytelling
Parker Howell, award-winning virtual reality filmmaker and director of Red Bull’s first stereoscopic first-person V.R. music video, shares his experience in virtual reality storytelling and how to push the envelope with your brand storytelling.
Scientists Put Tiny 3D Glasses on Cuttlefish to Find Out How They See
Adorable cephalopods have been made even more adorable with tiny 3D glasses. But scientists weren't trying to get the cuttlefish to enjoy Jaws 3-D; rather, the stereoscopic red-and-blue eyewear is designed to help us understand how the animals' 3D vi
What do you see when you put miniature glasses on praying mantises? A new method for robot vision
If you thought praying mantises already look pretty cool, wait till you see them in these stunning shades. Scientists who put tiny 3-D glasses on these petite hunters have found that their stereoscopic vision system is unlike that of any other known animal.
After Effects Classic Course: Additional 3D Features by Chris and Trish Meyer
In addition to stereoscopic “3D” viewing which we discussed in our last post, in that same 2011 release Adobe added a number of traditional 3D features to After Effects, many focused on providing a better sense of depth. In 3D, it’s easy for everything to be equally sharp and well-lit regardless of distance from the [...]Read More...
4 ways virtual, augmented reality could change radiology forever
Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technologies have the potential to dramatically change healthcare and could impact the practice of radiology in a number of ways. A team of researchers explored this issue at length, sharing their observations in Radiology VR, the authors explained, is when the user is in a completely immersive environment. AR does not involve an immersive environment—instead, the user sees “hologram-like…
Lessons Learned From VR Ads
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3D Streets of Rage 2 Makes Its Way Into the SEGA 3D Classics! Interview Part 1
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Art Fair Survival Guide
The vacant hallways of the James A. Farley Post Office were opened for this year’s SPRING/BREAK Art Show featuring artwork by 400 artists selected by over 90 curators. Each room was transformed and hosted a unique project exhibiting work conceived around the theme, TRANSACTION The night started with an exciting transaction by fair directors, Andrew Gori and Ambre Kelly who kicked off the fair with a…
Creepers' peepers: Why animals' pupils have different shapes
Aug 07, 2015 | 3:59 PM Like many herbivores, a sheep's pupil is horizontal to the ground and remains that way -- no matter how the beast moves its head around. Scientists at UC Berkeley and Durham University in England recently studied why animals' pupils have different shapes There's a reason why the domestic cat's pupil has its distinctive, vertical slitted shape and the grazing goat's its horizontal, flattened look. In both cases, the eye's shape has evolved to help its owner navigate…