03 Dec, 2012
PRESENTATION: Stereoscopic vision is based on the creation of a 3D illusion by using 2D images. The simplest way to do it is to give the observer an anaglyph which is made up of two layers of colour, each representing a separate perspective of the same object. The layers are superimposed but each slightly shifted compared to the other to produce the effect of depth.
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