Imaging Systems

Three-dimensional camcorder

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Keigo Iizuka

University of Toronto, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Toronto, Canada, M5S 3G4

Opt. Eng. 46(10), 103203 (October 29, 2007). doi:10.1117/1.2800396
History: Received November 26, 2006; Revised May 08, 2007; Accepted May 10, 2007; Published October 29, 2007
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An ordinary digital camcorder was converted to a three-dimensional (3-D) camcorder by means of an attachment. The 3-D image can be viewed with the built-in monitor, or on a laptop computer display, or on a TV screen. The principle of operation is based on the manipulation of polarized light. Playback of the 3-D image is simple, and the camcorder attachment is small, rugged, and lightweight.

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Keigo Iizuka
"Three-dimensional camcorder", Opt. Eng. 46(10), 103203 (October 29, 2007). ; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.2800396


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