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Proceedings Computer-Generated Stereograms: A New dimension for the graphic arts

Author(s): D. Verne Morland.
Proceedings: 3rd annual conference on Computer graphics and interactive techniques (SIGGRAPH'76), pp. 19--24, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 14-16, 1976.
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Abstract:
The discovery of stereopsis in the mid-nineteenth century presented the opportunity to simulate the visual impact of a three-dimensional entity through a pair of two-dimensional, perspective images. Modern image processing techniques now permit the extensive exploration of abstract stereograms, but most recent investigations have focused on scientific rather than aesthetic compositions. This paper describes a complete svstem for the creation of stereo artwork and discusses the implications of using stereoscopy for artistic, “three-dimensional expression.

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