Using ChromaDepth to Obtain Inexpensive Single-image Stereovision for Scientific Visualization

@article{Bailey1998UsingCT,
  title={Using ChromaDepth to Obtain Inexpensive Single-image Stereovision for Scientific Visualization},
  author={Michael J. Bailey and Dru Clark},
  journal={J. Graphics, GPU, & Game Tools},
  year={1998},
  volume={3},
  pages={1-9}
}
Stereographics is an effective way to enhance insight in 3D scientific visualization. This is especially true for visualizations consisting of complex geometry, such as molecular studies, or where one dataset needs to be registered against another, such as in earth science. But, as effective as it is, stereoviewing sees only limited use in scientific visualization because of the difficulty and expense of creating images that everyone can see. This paper demonstrates how a low-end, inexpensive… CONTINUE READING
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