This was a talk I gave to a 4th year (senior-level) undergraduate class in Human Computer Interaction at Ryerson University. The talk focused on the different methods of displaying Stereoscopic 3D content, as well as the methods on generating such content. Technologies such as DLP 3DTVs, 3D theatres, and autostereoscopic displays are discussed. For the methods, 3D cameras, 2D to 3D conversion and other popular methods are discussed.
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