3D Stereoscopic [3D Anaglyph]

Please wear 3D ANAGLYPH Glasses and watch the video below in HD

Assignment Code - EE5565

Type : Pre-production l Production l Post-production

Stereoscopic is a  technique  for  generating or  enhancing the illusion of depth in an image by means of  stereopsis for  binocular vision.  Most stereoscopic methods present two offset images separately to the left and right eye of the viewer.  These two-dimensional  images are then  combined in the brain to give the  perception of 3D depth.

Anaglyph 3D  is the name given to the stereoscopic 3D  effect achieved by means of  encoding  each  eye's   image  using  filters  of  different  (usually chromatically opposite)colors, typically red and cyan.Anaglyph 3D images contain two differently filtered  colored images,  one for each eye.  When viewed through the "color-coded anaglyph glasses", each  of  the  two  images  reaches  the  eye  it's  intended  for, revealing  an   integrated   stereoscopic  image.   The  visual  cortex  of  the  brain fuses  this into perception of a three-dimensional scene or composition. 

The  purpose  of  this  assignment  was to create, to test and to  apprehend the 3D anaglyph technique.  An energetic  and  dynamic 2-3 minute commercial video of a new  DSLR camera  of Ranger's Brand has  been  produced.  A few post-production techniques  have  been  used to  exaggerate the  capability and the functionality of this DSLR camera.

The post-production techniques used consist of an implementation of the  3D DSLR camera (modelling, animating and rendering) and with  an  exertion  of  the  green screen technique.  

Software used :

  • 3DsMax
  • Solidworks
  • Adobe After Effects
  • Adobe Premiere

The task included to produce an artifact and documentation

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