Writing Methodology

This book is estimated to be around 350 pages long and will complete around September 2011.

The series editor for this book is Jerry Whitaker from the ATSC.

The book will be marketed by Ethan Daniel Schur and McGraw-Hill Professional

Still and motion and example images will be acquired by multiple means of stereoscopic imaging.

Some examples of image capturing tools and content will include:

  • The Fuji W3 Camera on loan from the nice people at Fuji
  • The Stereo Realist 35mm Film Camera
  • The Blender Open Source Content Creation Suite
  • The Durian Open Movie Project
  • Third Party Commercial Software
  • Third Party Stereoscopic Images and Content

Stereoscopic imagery will be tested and viewed on:

  • Samsung “3D-Ready DLP”
  • Panasonic Plasma
  • Samsung 3D LED TV
  • Hyundai Xpol Monitor
  • TDVision TDVisor Head Mounted Display
  • Anaglyph with advanced plastic Anachrome glasses

Scores of industry experts will be interviewed for this work:

  • All interviewees will be photographed in 3D using the Fuji W3 fixed stereobase camera and images will be provided on the blog as gray anaglyph and possibly .mpo download
  • Interviewees will be recorded in .wma format on the Olympus DS-50 digital voice recorder.

Additional information will be gathered by the following means:

  • Information gathering at industry trade-shows and events
  • Professional training courses
  • Scientific and scholarly journals and publications
  • Relevant blogs and websites
  • First-hand experience

Software used in the creation of this work includes:

  • Windows 7 Professional 64 bit Operating System
  • OpenOffice.org 3.2.1
  • GIMP 2.6.10
  • SubVersion Revision Control System and Project Management hosted at ProjectLocker
  • FreeBSD 5
  • DropBox
  • Pulse Automated FTP Backup
  • Audacity Audio Editor 1.3.12-Beta
  • Stereo Photo Maker
  • AviSynth

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