Digital Stereoscopy provides a large number of technical details on Digital Stereoscopy, making it a reference work for professionals in the field, with explanations of the most commonly used software, hardware, and standards. To make the book as useful as possible, an abundance of sidebars explaining the most important concepts in each chapter and a glossary of the most frequently used 3D-specific terms have also been included. Over 250 black-and-white diagrams and pictures complement the text, some of them accompanied by QR-code links to full-color images on the web.
This book is for anyone who wants to get involved in stereoscopic imagery or those who already work in 3D but want to hone their skills. Broadcasting students are not forgotten: The first chapters give the basic principles needed to discover 3D imagery, while the subsequent chapters contain the practical information that they will need to put them into practice.
ISBN: 978-1-480-15709-5; paperback, 354 pages, March 2013