3-D In 1950

3-D In 1950 - 3D In 1950 By Mona Shen How 3D Filming Works...

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Unformatted text preview: 3D In 1950 By Mona Shen How 3D Filming Works Stereoscopic images = 3D Shot with two cameras One for left eye image One for right eye image Two projectors shine on screen and combine image How 3D Glasses Work Polaroid filters Red and blue color lenses Specific color only allows specific images to pass into eye (left or right) Combine the two images for "floating" effect The 3d Fad Why did 3D rise in popularity? Television Film industry losing customers Search for new technology to regain customers Eyestrain Headaches Decline in 3D Projector setup was complex Examples of popular 3d 1950 films House of Wax (1953) Man in the Dark (1853) Bwana Devil (1962) ...
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