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authors Wake, Warren K.
year 1982
title Digital Anaglyph Stereoscopic Color Image Production
source March, 1982. [5] p. includes bibliography
summary Digital synthesis of color three-dimensional images is demonstrated to be fully feasible using conventional color raster technology. Demonstrated is the ability to present full-color information in synthesized three dimensional views, when viewed through red-cyan filtering glasses, using a single standard color monitor, and a 512 x 512 x 8 frame buffer. Imbedded into a special version of the Lab's CMU-PAINT system, the system provides, through a graphic menu driven user-interface, the ability to interactively compose a palette of colors, and subsequently draw and fill using these colors. Additionally, the user may interactively set display parameters calling for the left, right, or NORMAL modes, which will cause the display to draw in the red or cyan components of the selected color, respectively, for the left and right modes, or in the selected color for the NORMAL mode. When the red or cyan components are written over each other, the overlapping area appears in the sum of the two components, that being the color from which the components are derived. When line files describing a left and right eye view of a given object are displayed in the appropriate modes, and the resultant image is viewed using red-cyan glasses, a fully three-dimensional image is perceived in normal full color
keywords computer graphics, color, stereoscopic
series CADline
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