The Quantitative Analysis of Stereoscopic Effect

When taking pictures for lenticular printing or making anaglyph images it is very important to grasp the concept of foreground, mid-ground, and background. Properly arrange the scene will give rise to optimal stereoscopic effect or otherwise the viewer will become dizzy to look at the picture. Although there is no universal formula, we do came up with a very good one based on our experience.

For those who are interested in the theoretical aspect of this subject please take a look at our article titled: The Quantitative Analysis of Stereoscopic Effect. If you information is too intimidating or too hard to digest, don’t worry, just skip almost everything and just jump to the last paragraph and take it as it is. Feel free to contact us if that’s still not good enough.  Students may find this article a good subject for a nice term paper too.

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2 Responses to The Quantitative Analysis of Stereoscopic Effect

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