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What you want to know…. 3-D Television. A Scientific Perspective. History of 3D Imaging. 3D imaging in not new Been around for more than 150 years 1 st patented Sir Charles Wheatstone 1838 Stereography. 3DTV Begins. “3DTV: It’s an Eye-Opener” The first domestic 3D Television broadcast - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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3DTV Begins3DTV: Its an Eye-Opener

The first domestic 3D Television broadcast Wednesday night 3/24/2010Rangers vs. Islanders NHL gameDescribed as game-changing experience

Photos: multichannel.comHow 3D WorksBinocular Visionancient Greece EuclidEyes are 2 inches apartEach sees slightly different pictureBrain puts it together to provide depth

How 3D WorksWe can simulate this by viewing two pictures taken from slightly different angles while cross-eyed

RED / BLUE (anaglyph) 3DWhen light passes through a red or blue filter, it filters out that particular wavelength of light

Taking advantage ofthis and combiningit with binocular visionwe get basic 3D glasses

Polarized 3DPolarizing the two different images projected on the screen allows us to do this in a different wayDoes not distort color

New TVsDifferent Type of Technology

The Active blocking method

Lenticular Displays

Sourceshttp://science.howstuffworks.comNew York Times Online