Posts Tagged ‘threedimensional’

New Panasonic Sensor Can Capture 3D Photos with Normal Lenses

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When Samsung debuted its single lens 3D technology, the company put the magic in the lens. By using two shutters, the lens is able to capture left and right eye views of the scene that the camera then translates into three-dimensions. Panasonic’s response is to put the magic in a CMOS sensor also creates a three-dimensional image, but in a very different way. Read more…

Panasonic Creates a Panoramic Camera Array for Ultra-Wide 3D Imagery

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3D technology is consistently improving. And even though Samsung may have pioneered single lens 3D technology, Panasonic have put together an impressive rig that can shoot 3D panoramas.

The array is part of a project called Dive Into World Heritage 3D, in which Panasonic went and captured seven world heritage sites so that people could experience them even if they can’t afford to travel there.
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