I have no idea what is happening in the 3D industry, other than that I enjoyed watching Avatar in 3D version. That’s it.
Do 3D glasses really work by opening and shutting at high frequency to allow different input? I could google this fact, but can’t be bothered but it does remind me of the trick that an opthamologist friend once told me about – she wore contact lenses to correct her vision. One lense was for long distance, and one for short. The brain did the rest of the work.
So I’m guessing that’s what’s going on when Francois flutters his eyelids with frantic speed. Very dystopian ~ with a touch of cyborg.
- Stereoscopic 3D may be revolutionized through blinks (electronista.com)