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Was Mona Lisa Painted in Stereoscopic 3D?

Mona Lisa is known as "La Gioconda". Probably the best known painting in the world, Mona Lisa's portrait is in th Louvres museum in Paris. But it is less known that a second Mona Lisa painting is on display at the Prado museum. The strange thing is that the two versions may form a stereoscopic pair giving depth to Mona Lisa!

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Cleveland Cavaliers' 3D floor projection system

3D News are usually coming from NAB in April. Hower, that one is coming from the NBA instead of the NAB...

The Cleveland Cavaliers brought us recently one of the coolest visual experiences ever seen in the NBA: They unveiled a new 3D projection system for the court at Quicken Loans Arena. The event was held on Saturday, March 8th, 2014 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, OH in honor the career of Zydrunas Ilgauskas.

Behind the magic: 16 HD projectors and some clever software...

The result is pretty incredible! Watch the video here under.

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Buy 2D-Glasses: No More Headaches Watching 3D Movies!

About 10% of movie goers experience some form of discomfort while watching stereoscopic 3D movies and 3D television. Symptoms range from a mild headache to severe nausea. 2D-Glasses are the solution. Those passive glasses with circular polarization allow any RealD 3D movie to be viewed as if it is a normal two-dimensional movie.

2D Glasses are sold by 2D-Glasses, LLC (Missoula, MT, USA). The most intriguing fact about 3D glasses is that it is NOT an April's fool day joke, but a real product available right now!

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3D Stereoscopic Wiggle Tutorial

Jordan Smith is a stereoscopic photographer fond of the wiggle way to display 3D pictures. He put online this interesting 10-minute tutorial because he was unable to find a good one online...

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Big Brother is Watching You in 3D

Transport or London (TfL) is ckecking a new stereoscopic vision technology to reduce pedestrians injuries in London. A new pedestrian crossing test is scheduled for Balham and Tooting (London, UK) busiest crossings.

Intended to start late summer 2014 and running till the end of the year, TfL plan to have a report on the outcome of the pedestrian Split Cycle Offset Optimisation Technique (SCOOT) trial by Christmas 2014. SCOOT will used the stereo cameras pictured here under to monitor pedestrian traffic and control traffic lights.

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