eleVRant: Stereo Polygons

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Last time we talked about camera balls for mono spherical video. Today we’re getting into stereo spherical video, starting with a focus on the most common “3d 360” paradigm: the stereo polygon. Full panoramic stereo video is made by capturing two … Continued

eleVRant: Panoramic Twist

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Today we discuss panoramic 3d video capture and how understanding its geometry leads to some new potential focus techniques. With ordinary 2-camera stereoscopy, like you see at a 3d movie, each camera captures its own partial panorama of video, so the … Continued