Here is a selection of news and academic articles about 3-D imaging issues that could impact journalism.
Photos are coming to life in new ways, thanks to advances in virtual reality enabling more immersive viewing experiences. Instead of just viewing an image, you immerse yourself in the image. From the Washington Post.
If Facebook, Sony and HTC have their way, next year’s most coveted consumer technology product will not be a smartphone or a giant, paper-thin flatscreen TV. It will be a virtual-reality (VR) headset
Fortune asks “Does Apple, with its links to Hollywood, see opportunities that nerdier companies might have missed?”
A collection of tips from the masters
A study shows that authors are dropping the hyphen to refer to the third dimension.
An older but very insightful look at the criteria for calling 3-D video productions “good.”
“Cold fusion, perpetual motion and glasses-free 3D: One of these actually works now. ”
$2 crystals and “waveguides” may bring holograms to the livingroom
A good review of dramatic new technology, but msses the certainty of improvement by iiteration