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STEREOSCOPIC (DUAL STREAM) OUTPUT WITH JITTER


lpb
February 5, 2008 | 5:34 am

>Dear fellows,

I just arrived from the " Stereoscopic Displays &
Application " Congress of San Jose, California : "
Electronic Imaging 2008 " .

I received an answer by Andrew B. dealing with the
faisability of having a stereoscopic output with
Jitter the 9 november 2007. He adressed me to Wes
Smith which I wasn’t able to reach !

It would be important as well as interesting to do a
communication the forcomming year ( which is the 20th
anniversary) at the congress about MAXMSP-Jitter and
the stereoscopic application.

It would be nice if you could put me in contact with
those people by email for example in order to see
what would be possible to do or to work with.

Here is the e-address of the SD&A program of 2008:

http://www.stereoscopic.org/2008/program.html

http://www.stereoscopic.org/

I hope this would interest you in the sense of
spreading more the MAXMSP-Jitter software, as well as
proving and precising the possibilities such a
software could bring to Stereoscopy, a field which is
developping quite quickly.

Thanks for your help. lpb


February 5, 2008 | 5:41 am

> I received an answer by Andrew B. dealing with the
> faisability of having a stereoscopic output with
> Jitter the 9 november 2007. He adressed me to Wes
> Smith which I wasn’t able to reach !

Hmm. Are you sure you sent it to the right address? I have no emails
from you in my mailbox. Contact me off list if you want to discuss
this.

best,
wes


February 5, 2008 | 5:48 am

Im sure this is too low tech, but a good friend of mine has a
stereoscopic projection system using simple polarization filters on
two projectors. We were able to create stereoscopic effects from
jitter by simply rendering the scene twice with the proper offsets.

low tech and hacky but gave great results.

On Feb 5, 2008, at 12:34 AM, lpb wrote:

>
>> Dear fellows,
>
> I just arrived from the " Stereoscopic Displays &
> Application " Congress of San Jose, California : "
> Electronic Imaging 2008 " .
>
> I received an answer by Andrew B. dealing with the
> faisability of having a stereoscopic output with
> Jitter the 9 november 2007. He adressed me to Wes
> Smith which I wasn’t able to reach !
>
> It would be important as well as interesting to do a
> communication the forcomming year ( which is the 20th
> anniversary) at the congress about MAXMSP-Jitter and
> the stereoscopic application.
>
>
> It would be nice if you could put me in contact with
> those people by email for example in order to see
> what would be possible to do or to work with.
>
> Here is the e-address of the SD&A program of 2008:
>
> http://www.stereoscopic.org/2008/program.html
>
> http://www.stereoscopic.org/
>
> I hope this would interest you in the sense of
> spreading more the MAXMSP-Jitter software, as well as
> proving and precising the possibilities such a
> software could bring to Stereoscopy, a field which is
> developping quite quickly.
>
> Thanks for your help. lpb


February 5, 2008 | 5:59 am

This is passive stereo. It’s used in a lot of systems since you don’t
need super fancy hardware to get it working. Unfortunately, only some
super proprietary Barco polarization filters can support more than
frontal viewing of a polarized 3D scene. For immersive displays, you
pretty much have to go active stereo.

wes

On Feb 4, 2008 9:48 PM, vade wrote:
> Im sure this is too low tech, but a good friend of mine has a
> stereoscopic projection system using simple polarization filters on
> two projectors. We were able to create stereoscopic effects from
> jitter by simply rendering the scene twice with the proper offsets.
>
> low tech and hacky but gave great results.
>
>
> On Feb 5, 2008, at 12:34 AM, lpb wrote:
>
> >
> >> Dear fellows,
> >
> > I just arrived from the " Stereoscopic Displays &
> > Application " Congress of San Jose, California : "
> > Electronic Imaging 2008 " .
> >
> > I received an answer by Andrew B. dealing with the
> > faisability of having a stereoscopic output with
> > Jitter the 9 november 2007. He adressed me to Wes
> > Smith which I wasn’t able to reach !
> >
> > It would be important as well as interesting to do a
> > communication the forcomming year ( which is the 20th
> > anniversary) at the congress about MAXMSP-Jitter and
> > the stereoscopic application.
> >
> >
> > It would be nice if you could put me in contact with
> > those people by email for example in order to see
> > what would be possible to do or to work with.
> >
> > Here is the e-address of the SD&A program of 2008:
> >
> > http://www.stereoscopic.org/2008/program.html
> >
> > http://www.stereoscopic.org/
> >
> > I hope this would interest you in the sense of
> > spreading more the MAXMSP-Jitter software, as well as
> > proving and precising the possibilities such a
> > software could bring to Stereoscopy, a field which is
> > developping quite quickly.
> >
> > Thanks for your help. lpb
>
>


February 5, 2008 | 2:29 pm

bah, you stereo kids. get off my lawn.

-josh the monocular

On Feb 5, 2008, at 12:59 AM, Wesley Smith wrote:

> This is passive stereo. It’s used in a lot of systems since you don’t
> need super fancy hardware to get it working. Unfortunately, only some
> super proprietary Barco polarization filters can support more than
> frontal viewing of a polarized 3D scene. For immersive displays, you
> pretty much have to go active stereo.
>
> wes
>
> On Feb 4, 2008 9:48 PM, vade wrote:
>> Im sure this is too low tech, but a good friend of mine has a
>> stereoscopic projection system using simple polarization filters on
>> two projectors. We were able to create stereoscopic effects from
>> jitter by simply rendering the scene twice with the proper offsets.
>>
>> low tech and hacky but gave great results.
>>
>>
>> On Feb 5, 2008, at 12:34 AM, lpb wrote:
>>
>>>
>>>> Dear fellows,
>>>
>>> I just arrived from the " Stereoscopic Displays &
>>> Application " Congress of San Jose, California : "
>>> Electronic Imaging 2008 " .
>>>
>>> I received an answer by Andrew B. dealing with the
>>> faisability of having a stereoscopic output with
>>> Jitter the 9 november 2007. He adressed me to Wes
>>> Smith which I wasn’t able to reach !
>>>
>>> It would be important as well as interesting to do a
>>> communication the forcomming year ( which is the 20th
>>> anniversary) at the congress about MAXMSP-Jitter and
>>> the stereoscopic application.
>>>
>>>
>>> It would be nice if you could put me in contact with
>>> those people by email for example in order to see
>>> what would be possible to do or to work with.
>>>
>>> Here is the e-address of the SD&A program of 2008:
>>>
>>> http://www.stereoscopic.org/2008/program.html
>>>
>>> http://www.stereoscopic.org/
>>>
>>> I hope this would interest you in the sense of
>>> spreading more the MAXMSP-Jitter software, as well as
>>> proving and precising the possibilities such a
>>> software could bring to Stereoscopy, a field which is
>>> developping quite quickly.
>>>
>>> Thanks for your help. lpb
>>
>>


February 7, 2008 | 8:19 pm

I think you could really pull off a monocle. You should seriously
consider it.

b

On Feb 5, 2008, at 6:29 AM, joshua goldberg wrote:

> bah, you stereo kids. get off my lawn.
>
> -josh the monocular
>
> On Feb 5, 2008, at 12:59 AM, Wesley Smith wrote:
>
>> This is passive stereo. It’s used in a lot of systems since you
>> don’t
>> need super fancy hardware to get it working. Unfortunately, only
>> some
>> super proprietary Barco polarization filters can support more than
>> frontal viewing of a polarized 3D scene. For immersive displays, you
>> pretty much have to go active stereo.
>>
>> wes
>>
>> On Feb 4, 2008 9:48 PM, vade wrote:
>>> Im sure this is too low tech, but a good friend of mine has a
>>> stereoscopic projection system using simple polarization filters on
>>> two projectors. We were able to create stereoscopic effects from
>>> jitter by simply rendering the scene twice with the proper offsets.
>>>
>>> low tech and hacky but gave great results.
>>>
>>>
>>> On Feb 5, 2008, at 12:34 AM, lpb wrote:
>>>
>>>>
>>>>> Dear fellows,
>>>>
>>>> I just arrived from the " Stereoscopic Displays &
>>>> Application " Congress of San Jose, California : "
>>>> Electronic Imaging 2008 " .
>>>>
>>>> I received an answer by Andrew B. dealing with the
>>>> faisability of having a stereoscopic output with
>>>> Jitter the 9 november 2007. He adressed me to Wes
>>>> Smith which I wasn’t able to reach !
>>>>
>>>> It would be important as well as interesting to do a
>>>> communication the forcomming year ( which is the 20th
>>>> anniversary) at the congress about MAXMSP-Jitter and
>>>> the stereoscopic application.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> It would be nice if you could put me in contact with
>>>> those people by email for example in order to see
>>>> what would be possible to do or to work with.
>>>>
>>>> Here is the e-address of the SD&A program of 2008:
>>>>
>>>> http://www.stereoscopic.org/2008/program.html
>>>>
>>>> http://www.stereoscopic.org/
>>>>
>>>> I hope this would interest you in the sense of
>>>> spreading more the MAXMSP-Jitter software, as well as
>>>> proving and precising the possibilities such a
>>>> software could bring to Stereoscopy, a field which is
>>>> developping quite quickly.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks for your help. lpb
>>>
>>>
>

barry threw
Media Art and Technology

San Francisco, CA
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Email: bthrew (at) gmail (dot) com
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