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13 December 1983 Some Simple Means Of Realizing 3D Images With Standard Material In Diverse Fields Of Medicine,Industry And Research
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Proceedings Volume 0402, Three-Dimensional Imaging; (1983) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.935560
Event: 1983 International Technical Conference/Europe, 1983, Geneva, Switzerland
Abstract
Three-dimensional imagery occurs mostly in two different kinds of processes: One-step and Two-step imaging. The One-step process requires specialized equipment,which tends to limit its use to well-equipped and well-trained specialists. Except Worthy Trivision of Hong Kong,nobody sells such apparatus,and most specialists build their own equipment. The Two-step process includes a phase of analysis and a phase of synthesis. The first step can be realized with ordinary photographic equipment,for instance small-frame or medium-frame cameras,Super-8 or 16-mm.cameras,studio cameras up to 5"x7". The second step needs a special device,used in an ordinary darkroom. The purpose of this paper is to indicate some practical means of realizing the first step without failure,the second step being insured by any photographer or by ourselves.
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Bernard Jequier "Some Simple Means Of Realizing 3D Images With Standard Material In Diverse Fields Of Medicine,Industry And Research", Proc. SPIE 0402, Three-Dimensional Imaging, (13 December 1983); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.935560
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