Stereoscopic 3D: Going Beyond Texas Tech University Libraries’ 3D Animation Lab

Ian Barba (Texas Tech University, USA), James Brewer (Texas Tech University, USA) and Brenda Swinford (Texas Tech University, USA)
Copyright: © 2013 |Pages: 287
EISBN13: 9781466642966|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-2815-1.ch011
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Abstract

This chapter summarizes information gathered in the first two phases of research being conducted at Texas Tech University (TTU) Libraries on the feasibility and potential benefits of using stereoscopic 3D content in a classroom or library. The authors share background information gathered during the first phase of the research, including an overview of stereoscopic 3D technology and a review of related research. They then discuss findings and recommendations from the second phase of the research, including detailed coverage of 3D equipment, practical advice for using 3D technology, and results from demonstration and survey sessions conducted with TTU faculty, staff, and students. The authors also share options for accessing and creating stereoscopic 3D content. They end with a discussion of some future directions of stereoscopic 3D.
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