An Encyclopedic Dictionary
About the Book
Since the invention of the stereoscope in 1830, stereoscopic 3D has remained on the cutting edge of the media and entertainment industry. Every 20 to 30 years, a new generation rediscovers stereo filmmaking, fueling its resurgence with additional twists introduced by the technological advancements of the intervening years.
This encyclopedic dictionary offers a definitive compilation of information on the art and science of stereoscopic 3D, including still and moving images; film and digital image acquisition; production, post-production, distribution, and exhibition; and human visual perception. In addition to standard dictionary definitions, it includes many extended encyclopedic entries and nearly 300 black-and-white and color illustrations. Taking the mystery out of 3D’s unique language, the work provides a basis for clear communication among industry professionals and historical context for those new to the discipline.
About the Author(s)
Richard W. Kroon
Format: softcover (7 x 10)
Bibliographic Info: 262 photos (36 in color), bibliography
Copyright Date: 2012
Table of Contents
Foreword: “Z-Space Linguistics” by Ray Zone 1
The Dictionary 13
Between pages 78 and 79 are 8 color plates containing 36 photographs and illustrations
Selected Bibliography and Recommended Reading 165
Book Reviews & Awards
“recommended”—Choice; “recommended”—ARBA; “provides an encyclopedic dictionary on stereoscopic 3D technology…definitions are technical, but are meant to be accessible by nonprofessionals and students”—Reference & Research Book News.