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Digital Stereoscopy: Scene to Screen 3D Production Workflows Paperback – March 10, 2013
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I read the book in it's entirety in about three sittings and found that it covered most everything relevant pertaining to 3D stereoscopic production, just like the title says "Scene to Screen" and everything in between.
I loaned my first copy to a friend and purchased another for myself...long story short, I'm on my fourth copy.
We plan to include this book as required reading for a 3D stereoscopic production class being taught in higher
education and K-12 school systems.... it's THAT good !!
Congratulations to Benoit Michel for a job well done... thank you.
Starting from the theoretical aspects of 3D movie creation and covering everything up to the intricate details of the various transmission, storage and presentation formats and processes, Mr Michel provides us with a comprehensive view of everything required to understand what it takes to deliver a striking stereoscopic experience to the audience.
This is simply the best and most accurate "vertical" reference for stereoscopy, from the scene composition to the screen. Suitable for beginners and pros alike, this is a highly recommended book. Congrats, Mr Michel !
* The technical content is excellent - a must for an industrial engineer as myself!
* The history is very interesting, to know where we have come from.
* The theoretical and practical aspects are well covered and illustrated with interesting examples.
A MUST READ for anyone interested in digital stereoscopy!