Photographer Mathieu Stern turned to 3D printing to fulfill his lifelong dream of creating his very own camera lens. Using 19th-century optics and a custom frame, the lens came to life and captures incredible images.
Forget headsets and special glasses. Volume, a new type of 3D computer display, lets you view 3D objects and scenes with a group. The initial release, intended primarily for developers, works with current 3D and 2D creation tools.
Thanks to a team at MIT and Israel’s Weizmann Institute of Science, we're closer than ever to display technology that allows movie fans to watch 3D movies without those unsightly glasses. It's called Cinema 3D.
For the first time in its illustrious 146-year history, Ringling Bros. premiered a new show without its world famous elephant performers.Instead, it doubled down on technology highlights, including its first ever app and video…
The upcoming Vitrima lens by Fantem promises to be an affordable way to record ready-to-watch 3D video to a single GoPro Hero camera. Footage shot with it can immediately be played back in a standard VR viewer, without any editing.
The latest research from Toshiba means your next robot could be a Cyclops -- and still measure depth with one eye. By using colored filters instead of a second lens, 3D cameras for robots and automated cars could be cheaper to produce.
HoloPainting is a technique that combines light painting, stop motion, and hyperlapse photography to create 360-degree animated 3D holograms. Up until now, light painting was only done in two dimensions.
Brazil-based studio Ambos created a projection-mapped Christmas tree. It projected a spectacular display on an actual tree, which definitely saves on the decorating time and cuts down on the amount of breakable ornaments.
Researchers in Korea have developed the world's first real, floating, three-dimensional hologram in the form of a Rubik's Cube. The hologram appears thanks to the effect of diffraction from a complex system of high-powered…
Using technology provided by the Unity game engine, the Disney Research project has developed an app that will allow you to see what your 2D drawings (or colorings, more precisely) look like as 3D animations.