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Very interesting...

The guy I worked with on the lenticulars was David Burder in the UK - something of a 3D genius living in a leafy suburban street and doing 3D in his (large) garden shed. A true British eccentric - but he knows his stuff.

He was also involved in the Nimslo still camera concept.

You can't be me, I'm taken

by Sven Triloqvist on Tue Apr 27th, 2010 at 03:37:39 PM EST
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Oh my. I have seen the David Burder site before. Now I have some back story.

So, you think I should be asking him about my iPad etching?  ;-)

Personally, I don't have a problem wearing glasses to watch 3D, as long as they have a comfortable nose piece and block out extraneous light. And these are now available...even clip-ons are available.

So the concept of going through all this trouble for TV 3D without glasses is madness to me. Skip all that, handle some other real problems with 3D TV (such as children not having 6.4cm eye spacing and the different sitting distances for TV making the big screen and TV experience different) and put all the future efforts into hologram technology.

There is a piece that I am working into the next series piece. Normally I blow by all the doom and gloom, eyeballs will be bleeding stuff. But I have attended presentations by Dr. Marty Banks in which he commented on this issue of TV 3D "problems". (Of course, just because I attended his presentation doesn't mean he is validated...but,) I don't think that he is someone who should be blown off.

EETimes.com - 3-D TV disparities said to cause physical, mental strain

Never underestimate their intelligence, always underestimate their knowledge.

Frank Delaney ~ Ireland

by siegestate (siegestate or beyondwarispeace.com) on Tue Apr 27th, 2010 at 04:29:29 PM EST
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