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Check "Roman Klein 4K3D" for Ultra-Realistic 3D imaging

Stereoscopic photographer Roman Klein (Austria) is publishing a free online 4K3D pictures repository. Pictures are Oculus Rift compatible and make use of every pixel of all leading edge 4K/UHD-3D TV sets. The web site features a Phereo stereoscopic viewer.

All available 3D pictures offer 3840x2160 pixels resolution or better with a 16:9 aspect ratio. The sample you see here is downsampled to 640 pixels and rendered in Red-Cyan for your cheap cardboard 3d glasses, but on the web site, Phereo will give you access to up to 2560x885 pixels. For the full 4K viewing, see recently published slideshow-videos on his YouTube channel "romanklein3d"on a 4K/UHD-3D smart-TV.

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What is 4K3D?

4K3D is the highest possible quality that photography can be presented on large format commercial electronic displays and projectors in stereoscopic 3D in 2016.  Roman Klein's website is dedicated to users of 4K3D display technology and virtual reality displays. 

4K means about 4000 (at least 3840) pixels horizontal resolution (and 2160 pixels vertical resolution). 3D stands for three-dimensional that exactly means stereoscopic, separate pictures with slightly different horizontal viewing angle (parallax) like seen with two eyes. Stereoscopic photography is not a new discipline but more than a hundred years old. However, never before there was the technology for such a superb presentation of the results to so many viewers. 4K3D is the cinema standard of today where blockbusters are shown in theaters using high definition projectors and 3D glasses.

Roman Klein 4K3D YouTube Video

Shooting Gear

Roman Klein is shooting his 4K3D pictures with a dual Nikon DD300 DSLR rig

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Visit RomanKlein3D.com and enjoy!