Stereoscopic Imaging and Television

Gainsborough, John
May 1988
Image Technology;May1988, Vol. 70 Issue 5, p155
Trade Publication
The article offers information on stereoscopic imaging and television. It states that the increasing importance of machine vision in relation to robotics has led some electronic stereoscopic imaging research, development and application in new directions. It reveals that Electrical Engineering Department at Trent Polytechnic is one of the leading centers for research and development on the concept of stereoscopic imaging.


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