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A Video 3D (three-dimensional film, also correct stereoscopic film or outdated space film) is a film which gives the viewer through stereoscopic process a moving picture with a sense of depth for stereoscopic vision. 3D movies with special special effects are sometimes referred to as marketing reasons 4D movies.
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The inclusion of a Video 3D by means of stereo cameras, playback using a 3D display, so the view through a screen or a projection. The depth perception is made possible by the distance between the two eyes. The film is carried out with two lenses, which also are spaced apart at a distance so as to enable the stereoscopic effect. If the eye each fed the right image, creating a spatial impression. The distance between the lenses, the spatial effect can be increased, however, then the human brain arranges everything as a small.
The first golden age of 3D movies was in 1953 and 1954, when more and more spectators stayed away cinemas and rather saw the cheap television. Film producers tried zurückzulocken with new inventions to the cinema audience. Since it was not possible on the black and white television to show Video 3Ds, the 3D movie was one of the attractions that could be considered only in the movies. For similar reasons, the 3D technology will be launched intensified again since 2008.
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For a Video 3D, two images have to be taken up by slightly different perspectives - either with a stereo camera with two lenses or with two separate cameras.
In the early days of Video 3D, the film images were projected on two separate films with two mechanically coupled projectors. It occurred often that a film strip tore and the screening could only be continued "flat" because a synchronization of the two film strips hardly been possible. Remedy there was this problem only when it was possible to accommodate both film images on a filmstrip.
The Video 3Ds of the 1950s and later were mostly either in anaglypher (red and green) technology projects (these films were the result of black / white) or the polarization process which allows a view in color. Use modern digital projection systems, either the polarization technique, interference filter technology or shutter glasses. A few films were also listed on autostereoscopic wireframe screens z. B. in Moscow. Among the works shown was only one full-length film: the Russian feature film Robinzon Kruzo of 1947th
Various TV shows (or some DVDs) that are supposed to be sent in the conventional television in 3D, are mostly non-stereo, but use the pulfrich effect. A special glasses one eye is darkened, so that an image arrives a slight delay in the brain. When taking the camera is moved sideways, and thus arises when viewing temporarily a stereoscopic effect. Once camera movement ceases the effect is stopped. Without glasses is such a film also normally (without ghosting or color distortion as in anaglyph movie) viewable.
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Some advertised with 3D Computer animation (CGI) or computer games can act only apparently spatially with a second perspective the absence of a second image, have nothing to do with real stereoscopy and are completely "flat". With The Polar Express, the first animated film was created in stereoscopic 3D 2004. As of 2009, more 3D stereoscopic animated films have been added, such as Monsters vs. Aliens or Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, on Blu-ray for the high-resolution stereoscopic display on 3D televisions or 3D projectors are also available in 3D. They are clearly distinguished from the 3D movies also available on DVD or Blu-ray Disc for the anaglyphs, which usually some color filter glasses are included (for example, Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D). Anaglyph 3D movies are run on all existing image display devices, but with the typical of this method qualitative weaknesses in color reproduction and left-right cross-talk, the so-called "ghosting". In (Internet) mail order DVDs with IMAX 3D movies (stereoscopic 3D Field Sequential) were common, which is also home enabled on matching playback devices (NTSC-compatible) a real spatial reproduction. Meanwhile, however, these have been largely replaced by a large number of available 3D Blu-ray titles.
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