Thursday, March 25, 2010

Now,books take on 3D avatar

  • Scientists in South Korea have developed a 3D technology in books in which characters leap out of page.
  • The 3D entertainment got boosted by a few films such as "Avatar" and " Alice in Wonderland".
  • Several companies have offered 3D televisions. 3D video game consoles are soon to be launched. Researchers have used 3D technology to animate some children's books like Korean folk tales.
  • The pictures in the books have cues that trigger the 3D animation for readers wearing computer screen goggles. When the readers turn and tilt the books , the pictures in the book move accordingly in 3D animation.
  • According to the researchers, this technology could be used for any type of book, displaying images over smart phones or in museums.
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3 comments:

john said...

Wow thats cool .wish we could have like that in our place soon.

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