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Windows 7: 3D could ruin your depth perception

12 Mar 2010   #11
fseal

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
 
 

You can;t use all the cues. The information does not exist in the filmed images.

For example, even moving your head /slightly/ in RL gives you a different angle on an RL scene. Well you don't get that on the screen, the camera view was fixed and that's all you get. The fact that your view angle into the scene does NOT change is one of those confusing missing clues.

The only way to make it work with all clues would be to create the entire 3d scene in 3d space so you could walk around it or at least when you shifted in your seat you would see the proper angle shift in the scene as you are now looking at it from one foot to the right. And so far that's the thing that has not been done very well yet.
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12 Mar 2010   #12
Lordbob75

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Mint 9
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by fseal View Post
You can;t use all the cues. The information does not exist in the filmed images.

For example, even moving your head /slightly/ in RL gives you a different angle on an RL scene. Well you don't get that on the screen, the camera view was fixed and that's all you get. The fact that your view angle into the scene does NOT change is one of those confusing missing clues.

The only way to make it work with all clues would be to create the entire 3d scene in 3d space so you could walk around it or at least when you shifted in your seat you would see the proper angle shift in the scene as you are now looking at it from one foot to the right. And so far that's the thing that has not been done very well yet.
Well, I meant as many as possible.

~Lordbob
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12 Mar 2010   #13
fseal

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
 
 

I wonder what other ones there are. The scene angle shift is the huge one I know about. Would be neat to have the guy expand on what the other issues are. I love this stuff
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