Wednesday, August 15, 2007

ChromaTune-3D™ Anaglyph Demo on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

ChromaTune-3D™ Anaglyph Demo on Flickr - Photo Sharing!: "This image demonstrates the ChromaTune-3D™ Anaglyph method. It is designed to render a color anaglyph image with little or no ghosting/retinal rivalry. The left frame shows heavily saturated colors that typically do not render well in a color anaglyph, due to their highly complementary nature. This causes severe retinal rivalry when viewed with standard Red/Cyan anaglyph glasses. (What one eye sees as bright, the other eye sees as dark.) The right frame shows how such extreme colors may be adjusted, or 'tuned', to compensate for this. The ChromaTune-3D™ method applies specially calculated additive filtration to balance object registration in the left and right chips to reduce retinal rivalry, and to mask color crosstalk commonly found in the Red lens to reduce ghosting. Without the glasses, the image appears slightly faded and desaturated. With the glasses, the image appears as a clear, balanced, color 3D picture. Trademark Notice: ChromaTune-3D is a trademark of ByteMyzer Softwerx."


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