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3D Storytelling by Philip Mcnally, Bruce Block

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Chapter TwoThe Visual Variables

Orthographic Stereo

Seeing stereoscopic 3D pictures or movies is not really like seeing in real life. But, if you were going to create a stereoscopic 3D picture that comes closest to duplicating human vision you would arrange an orthostereoscopic situation and take an orthographic stereoscopic photo. “Orthographic” comes from the Greek words “ortho” meaning correct and “graphic” meaning visual presentation. An orthographic photo is created when all of the viewing conditions of real-life vision are duplicated in a 3D photograph.

Put on your 3D glasses, set this book 18 inches (46 cm) from your face, and place ...

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