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3d tecnnology

  1. 1. Rana Mayur C.Rathod GunwantM.
  2. 2. Watching movies in the third dimension might seem likespace-age entertainment, but the technology is older thanyour great grandfather.According to Sensio, a Canada-based manufacturer of 3Dhome technology.stereoscopic photography, or the technique of creating a"third dimension", was first invented in 1838.
  3. 3. 3D technology is the illusion of depth. It is a visualrepresentation system that tries to create or reproducemoving objects in the third dimension.Watching movies in the third dimension might seem likespace-age entertainment, but the technology is older thanyour great grandfather.
  4. 4. IN Simple Words that We have feel that whatever happensin 3d effect it is part of our real life.
  5. 5. USING 3D GLASSES..Types… 1> Anaglyph 3D Glasses 2> Polarized 3D Glasses
  6. 6. Anaglyph 3D GlassesLenses of red/ blue or red/green forinterpreting anaglyph art. Used for viewing3D comics, 3-D web sites on theinternet, movies and TV, 3D games, printingand art.
  7. 7. Polarized 3D GlassesBoth linear and circular polarizing lenses.Polarized 3D glasses are used primarily for3D laser shows, 3d ridesimulators, multimedia displays,
  8. 8. Pulfrich 3D GlassesOne dark and one clear lens. Pulfrich 3DGlasses work with objects or scenes movinghorizontally across the field of view. This isone of several ways to experience broadcastTV in 3-D. The Pulfrich method of 3D is usedfor TV, video and 3D computer displays.
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  10. 10. • In a movie theater, the reason why you wear 3D glasses is to feed different images into your eyes just like a View- Master does. The screen actually displays two images, and the glasses cause one of the images to enter one eye and the other to enter the other eye. There are two common systems for doing this ..• It is called stereoscopic tecquine.
  11. 11. Although the red/green or red/blue system is now mainly usedfor television 3-D effects, and was used in many older 3-D movies. Inthis system, two images are displayed on the screen, one in red andthe other in blue (or green). The filters on the glasses allow only oneimage to enter each eye, and your brain does the rest. You cannotreally have a color movie when you are using color to provide theseparation, so the image quality is not nearly as good as with thepolarized system.
  12. 12.  The red and blue lenses filter the two projected images allowing only oneimage to enter each eye.
  13. 13. Cross eyes seperation mehod
  14. 14.  Polarization At Disney World, Universal Studios and other 3D venues, thepreferred method uses polarized lenses because they allow colorviewing. Two synchronized projectors project two respective viewsonto the screen, each with a different polarization. The glasses allowonly one of the images into each eye because they contain lenseswith different polarization.
  15. 15.  The polarized glasses allow only one of the images into each eyebecause each lens has a different polarization.
  16. 16. In making 3d Films… Likes Raone , Avatar ,Don 2 ….Making 3d display of TeliVision..Making 3d Games…. Call of Duty Dead Rising .. Bat man
  17. 17. Today so many company are making 3d TV… Like … 1>Toshiba 2>Samsung 3>sony.. 4>panasonic. 5>sharpe 6>LGAnd worlds no 1 company Apple declared that itwill be make 3d ipod ,and laptopin early season..
  18. 18. **Today World’s famoums company Toshiba found that new techonology ..** we can see watch 3d image without 3d glasses. In 2010 toshiba is made one tv in which above system is Followed.
  19. 19. Toshiba ZL2 Series• A 55-inch version of the ZL2 will be available in Europe in December 2011 called 55ZL2. It is expected to cost around 8000 Euro. A different variant is expected in the US and Asia in 2012.
  20. 20. Feature of Toshiba TVResoution :: 3840x216055 inchesPrice ::8000 euro in eupore.Lcd penal…
  21. 21. It is no secret that students of today live in a multimediaworld where they use video as their primary form ofengagement and communication. Teachers andadministrators are looking for ways to present informationto students that will not only spark their interest, but alsoencourage them to explore a subject more thoroughly.Meaningful exploration usually means deeperunderstanding, which translates into higher studentachievement, whether measured via standardized tests oran increased graduation rate.The advent of affordable 3D technology promises to bring intoreality the dream of fully engaged students. Are you ready?
  22. 22.  What are the disadvantages of 3D Cinema/Television? Valid disadvantages of current 3D technologies are: 1) Watching 3D content will always result in loss of brightness in some form or another regardless of what 3D technology you are using (e.g. polarized, shutterglass, etc.) 2) The glasses are uncomfortable for people who dont normally wear glasses, because those people are not used to wearing glasses and the novelty of it becomes a point of
  23. 23. 3) The glasses are uncomfortable for people who donormally wear glasses, because the 3D glasses must beworn over those existing glasses (unless 3D clip-on lensesare used)4) Shutterglass 3D technology requires on-goingmaintenance (e.g. replacing or charging batteries). Passive3D technology does not require much maintenance, but it isalso rare to find on the consumer market (despite being themost popular choice for commercial theaters in North America).5) The cost of adding or replacing shutterglasses forconsumer 3D TV is expensive (e.g. $150 per pair)
  24. 24. 6) For standard Cable TV broadcasts, it is not possible toachieve 1080i High Definition for 3D content using theexisting cable TV standards. Instead, 3D content isbroadcast in a lower resolution format (still looks good though).7) 3D content can in some cases cause varying degrees ofeye-strain to some viewers, especially after watching forlong periods of time.

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