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3D photo production

Your partner for stereoscopic 3D photo and film productions. From photography to post-processing and assembly to export and presentation the images

 

Service

  • 3D photography in studio or on location for different purposes and motives.
  • Stereoscopic photo documentations Worldwide.
  • Use of virtual reality
  • 2D to 3D conversions
  • 3D photo collages
  • Professional 3D-Photo editing for a pleasant viewing experience.
  • Archive 3D photos for 3D monitors and for print.
  • Consulting and quality control

 

3D images in use

The possible applications of 3D photos are very versatile. The following playback technologies and mediums support 3D photos:

  • 3D television
    For active, passive or autostereoscopic technologies the latest 3D Television offer a high resolution, which allows the selection of images that are realistic and in high detail. The images can be played either from a USB stick or Blu-ray.

     
  • Analog stereoscopes
    High-resolution digital photos can also be exposed in the classic DIA format and thus currently offer the best display quality for 3D photos when you look through a stereoscope.
     
  • Autostereoscopic displays
    By using lens raster or lenticular technology you can view 3D images without glasses. If these pictures are illuminated in the background, an impression is created, which is also known from a 3D television. The choice of motive depends on the size and resolution of the display. Two images are enough to display a 3D image. The intermediate stages can be calculated by a software. With the help of a depth mask, you can also create a 3D image from a 2D image.

     
  • Virtual reality glasses
    The technical quality of VR glasses is still very different. For VR glasses with high resolution you can already enjoy 3D movies and high quality images - as in a cinema. 3D photos in combination with virtual worlds and their interactive possibilities make VR glasses a new experience.

     
  • Print
    Anaglyph 3D images can be copied with the classic 4-color printing system and is therefore the cheapest option to reproduce stereoscopic content. 3D glasses made of cardboard can be enclosed in books and magazines and are reasonably priced in the purchase. Thanks to a newly developed production process in anaglyph technology, the images get a higher luminosity and a lesser image flicker than one is accustomed to.