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Stereoscopic in the 21st Century

3D Audience in the 50's

Stereoscopic in the 21st Century.

Is Stereoscopic the future of cinema or a passing hype?

A dissertation by Leonardo Costa

National Film and Television School


Cinema since was created in 1895, has been three-dimensional. Not the technology to view the film but the depth cues that filmmakers developed throughout the years to give the audience the impression of perspective, relative size, and texture. They learned how to control the 3D effect using light, focal lens, moving a camera, adding fog or mist to the background and other techniques. Continue Reading →