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3D Presentation

Large Scale 3D Presentations in the World of Architecture and Design
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Will Johnson

on 13 April 2011

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Large Scale 3D Presentations in the
World of Architecture and Design Barrett (2009) Will Johnson
University of Wolverhampton
BSc (Architectural Visualisation)
Student number 0816436 Amazon (2010) 1853 - Wilhelm Rollmann invents Monochrome Anaglyph 1860s - Peppers Ghost "All smoke & mirrors" Ghost Theory (2009) 1936 - Edwin Land invents Polarising Glasses SoniceOptical (2005) 1950s - Red/Cyan Anaglyph invented 3D Guy (2009) 1989 - Sony introduces Liquid Crystal Shutter Glasses RetroGame.Biz (2010) 2004 - Musion's Eyeliner updates Peppers Ghost 2006 - Japan's AIST & Burton Inc produce 3D Images with lasers Psychorg (2006) 2009 - Touchable Holography University of Tokyo (2009) The Future? SciFi Fanatic (2010) Holodeck Technology Dr. Michio Kaku in his TV program Sci Fi Science We have come a long way since 1853,
where to now? References 3D Guy (2009). What Are 3D Glasses? [Online]. [accessed 28 December 2010]. Available at:
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<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nVoBTqT418> The Science Channel(2011) With red & green lenses in a pair of glasses an image like this looks 3 Dimensional (3D) Using strong lights and a well positioned sheet of glass an "apparition" appears in front of the audience The polarising glasses seperate the two images, one for each eye to give the 3D effect Red and Cyan anaglyph glasses allow for coloured 3D images These glasses blanked each eye independantly many times a second, synchronised with the display or projector One of these men is not "there" but a projection, however he can see and hear the audience and his fellow presenter There is no projection or display screen here - just "thin air" A video, showing use of touch as well as sight in a holographic display A limitless area, with all 5 senses affected, giving total immersion Dr Kaku thinks we can make a holodeck with current technology, one half a full TV program shown in the USA 2011 So with today's technology it doesn't matter where in the world a project is located, architects and designers do not have to travel to a presentation, saving travel time, costs and the environment. However, this may leave the field of international projects only available to large firms who can afford this technology
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