Deep image: 3D in art and science

@inproceedings{Zone1996DeepI3,
  title={Deep image: 3D in art and science},
  author={Ray Zone},
  booktitle={Electronic Imaging},
  year={1996}
}
  • Ray Zone
  • Published in Electronic Imaging 1996
  • Art, Engineering
Stereography is the art and science of three-dimensional vision. 3-D imaging techniques are created by science and given expression through art. Artists have for centuries attempted to give their images the effects of volume and depth. The scientific use of perspective in art roughly parallels the rise of the printing press and the scientific revolution which has transformed the world. Through their use in the mass media of commercial photography, newsprint and film, 3-D images have become a… Expand
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