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Re: Extensions for stereoscopic 3D images?

From: Thad Guidry <thadguidry@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 21 May 2012 18:10:14 -0500
Message-ID: <CAChbWaMc1d32gGPK_qpyQJ7QcfapaZAXhiOfHZc7Xjuhj_-OTQ@mail.gmail.com>
To: public-vocabs@w3.org
Hmm, I am wondering how Lytro picture gallery for their "click anywhere and
refocus" technology might be able to use this for Stereoscopic enhancement.
 They have also talked about a need for this case as well.  Perhaps you can
reach out to them also to find out what they have already found out ?

On Mon, May 21, 2012 at 9:08 AM, Douglas Crosher <dtc-schema@scieneer.com>wrote:

> Has anyone considered a schema for stereoscopic 3D images?  Having a pair
> of images tagged with left and right could be a big help
> to a viewer.  Could this fit within the MediaObject?  More generally, it
> would be useful to be able to tag a sequence of images as a
> left/right scan fit for 3D stereoscopic viewing.  These can be presented
> as a wiggle, or two images selected as a single left/right
> pair.
> There are also stereoscopic formats that fit within a single images.  For
> example: left/right pair, right/left pair, over/under
> pair, checker-board, interlaced, anaglyph, etc.  Perhaps such information
> could be a simple extension of the MediaObject?
> When there is a single image with sub-images of a stereoscopic left-right
> scan then perhaps the bounding boxes of the sub-images
> could be store, and this would handle left/right, right/left, over/under,
> etc.  This would also allow the information for centring
> the sub-images to be stored.
> Regards
> Douglas Crosher

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