3D imagery explored

— 1:30 AM on February 25, 2000

NVnews has posted an excellent Intro to 3D Imagery. This is not your typical article about 3D chipsets, mip-mapping, trilinear filtering, and whatnot. Heres how the author defines his topic:

By "3D imagery", I am referring to the whole realm of different methods and ideas of presenting a three-dimensional image, with depth, to a human being. I will discuss all known forms of 3D imagery (stereo glasses, holograms etc.) and some detail on how each method works and I will also discuss some working details of the human visual system.
Fascinating stuff. Definitely worth a read.
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