22 November 2012
3D Movie Making & Viewing – What are the potentials and the pitfalls?
Meeting Room 10, 2nd Floor, JLB
12:30pm - 13:45pm
Prof Ebad Banissi - London South Bank University
The new advances in stereoscopic display devised and 3D Camera has made 3D films are potential possibility for future TV and cinema viewing. This lecture gives the state of art of current 3D film making and the potential problems with current technology and the trend of the future technological developments. It will cover transition from 2D to 3D, technology required for contents capture and Displays (with and without glasses) as well as storage. It will pose some of the current research issues.
Dr. Ebad Banissi is a professor of Computer Graphics and Visualisation in the Department of Informatics at London South Bank University where he heads the Visualisation and Graphics Research Unit. He has a PhD in Computer Graphics from the Brunel University, and has published widely in Computer Graphics, computer visualization. He has been principle investigator in number of industry based research projects. He is founder of the International forum on Information Visualization Which is held in Europe and has served at its chair since its inception some 15 years ago as well as the International conference on computer Graphics, Imaging and Visualisation that promote this subject theme around South Pacific region.
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