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The Ten Commandments of Stereoscopy now in 8 languages !

Our multilingual A4 format poster is now available in English, French, German, Japanese, Norwegian, Slovenian,  Spanish, and Chinese. Other languages translators are welcome!

Download any of the "10COS" posters here.

3D free viewpoint generated with 2 Kinects

Oliver Kreylos is doing magic with his two  Microsoft Kinects. He had them paired and their output meshed -- one basically filling in the gaps of the other. He found that the two do create some interference, the dotted IR pattern of one causing some holes and blotches in the other and the results are quite impressive. This is of course not Cinema quality, but imagine where Kinects and 3D TVs will bring us in two years from nomw.....

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Strawberry Fields Forever... in 3D

Maybe you will soon eat strawberries picked by a 3D vision equipped robot at a rate of 9 seconds per berry...

The Institute of Agricultural Machinery at Japan’s National Agriculture and Food Research Organization, along with Seiko, has developed a robot that can select and harvest strawberries based on their color. Ripened berries are detected using the robot’s stereoscopic cameras, and analyzed to measure how red they appear. When the fruit is ready to come off the vine, the robot quickly locates it in 3D space and cuts it free.

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Swiss researchers create a panoptic 3D camera

EPFL (Lausanne, Switzerland) has a signal processing lab where Prof. Vandergheynst and fellow researchers are developing a panoptic 3D camera, kind of a Startrek device but working...

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And the winner is.... Bram Riemens!

Bram Riemens (The Netherlands) is the happy winner of the Minoru 3D webcam given by Stereoscopynews to its subscriber #1111. Bram clicked the 'Subscribe' button on 24 November 2010 at 23:32 exactly and he was lucky to receive the awaited #1111 ! His Minoru camera is on its way now.

Bram is working for 3DFusion, a company specialized in the creation of 3D content for stereoscopic and auto stereoscopic play-out systems. Learn more about 3D Fusion here under...

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