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					Stereoscopic
  websites
               1. Hardware

Stereoscopic Projectors
               1. Hardware

Stereoscopic Projectors

Produce good results,
but lack mass appeal as
you have to wear stupid
goggles
               1. Hardware

Stereoscopic Projectors

Produce good results,
but lack mass appeal as
you have to wear stupid
goggles - and nobody
really wants to do that.
      1. Hardware

LL 151-3D
                  1. Hardware

           LL 151-3D

Users can switch between 2D
& 3D modes at the touch of a
button.
                  1. Hardware

           LL 151-3D

Users can switch between 2D
& 3D modes at the touch of a
button.

Small, cheap and more likely
to be adopted my a wide
range of people than
projectors/glasses etc.
                  1. Hardware

           LL 151-3D

Users can switch between 2D
& 3D modes at the touch of a
button.

Small, cheap and more likely
to be adopted my a wide
range of people than
projectors/glasses etc.
£257 ($449) from SharpSystems.com!
                 2. Content

Content that autostereoscopic displays have
commonly been used for include the following:

  •   Games.
  •   Displaying 3D Still Images.
  •   Medicine/Science.
  •   Aiding Industrial Design.
3. Why stereo websites?
     3. Why stereo websites?

I want to explore using this medium to give web
designers an extra dimension in which to provide
content to the user..
    3. Why stereo websites?

1.3D content has an enchanting quality which
obviously replicates our natural way of viewing
the world. Displaying 3D content to users of a
3D website would arguably enhance their
experience when viewing picture/video etc.
    3. Why stereo websites?

1.3D content has an enchanting quality which
obviously replicates our natural way of viewing
the world. Displaying 3D content to users of a
3D website would arguably enhance their
experience when viewing picture/video etc.

2.3D websites would offer new ways of
structuring existing 2D data, when not limited
by the linear display.
 4. Designing a stereo website

In a new 3D environment it would perhaps be
tempting to pack this extra dimension with extra
visual data.
 4. Designing a stereo website

In a new 3D environment it would perhaps be
tempting to pack this extra dimension with extra
visual data.

This would arguably be wrong, if you wanted to
create a simple and fruitful user experience. As
such I will once again explore applying the
Gestalt principles to this new environment, as
they would perhaps be even more important in
this context than with traditional websites.
5. 3D input?
5. 3D input?
          6. Implementation

Toggled layers
            6. Implementation

Toggled layers

Navigate control of the
layers through the click of
a button.

3d objects on one layer,
navigation on another etc.
        7. Areas to research

1. Would it require a new Stereo web browser?
        7. Areas to research

1.Would it require a new Stereo web browser?
  And would I be able to create such a thing?!
         7. Areas to research

1.Would it require a new Stereo web browser?
  And would I be able to create such a thing?!

2. What is the depth of perception like on these
autostereoscopic screens? I have yet to get a
real feel for what they are like in real life.
         7. Areas to research

1.Would it require a new Stereo web browser?
  And would I be able to create such a thing?!

2. What is the depth of perception like on these
autostereoscopic screens? I have yet to get a
real feel for what they are like in real life.

3. Is it really an appropriate medium?
                  8. References

In case you are interested:

•   www.sharp3d.com
•   www.inition.co.uk
•   www.3dcgi.com
•   http://mrl.nyu.edu/~perlin/demos/autostereo.html
•   http://web.media.mit.edu/~halazar/autostereo/autostereo.
    html
•   http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu/chen01videobased.html

				
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