Education[ edit ] Lipton majored in physics at Cornell University after starting out in electrical engineering. A self-described "mediocre student", he only excelled once he found a field he loved. Lipton now urges schools to be more "accepting of eccentric people with a different point of view because we are the people who make the difference. Lipton on Filmmaking, a compendium of his magazine writings, was also published in
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There are many pioneering books on the topic of stereoscopic imaging - however, many of these titles are often very difficult to obtain. By converting selected publications into electronic editions we hope to make some of these volumes easily accessible once again.
An errata list is provided at the end of the book. Also included is an 8 page anaglyph 3D insert "Stereoscopic Diagrams" by Brian Borthwick and Jack Coote which illustrates some of the concepts in the book in 3D. Follow the link at the bottom of this page to download your free copy of "The Theory of Stereoscopic Transmission". This book provides a wealth of information for both the novice and also those already active in the field of stereoscopic imaging. Also included with the download is a 5 page errata list.
Follow the link at the bottom of this page to download your free copy of "Foundations of the Stereoscopic Cinema". McKay bd The main topic of "Three-Dimensional Photography" is stereoscopic photographic technique. The book also provides a review of a wide range of stereoscopic film cameras, viewers and projectors available at the time.
The book touches on a few areas of stereoscopic theory but intentionally does not go into too much detail in these areas. The book contains a glossary of stereoscopic terms and is amply illustrated. Follow the link at the bottom of this page to download your free copy of "Three-Dimensional Photography".
Follow the link at the bottom of this page to download your free copy of "The World of 3-D Movies". It should be noted that the books listed above are historical documents - in some instances the solutions and information they provide may not represent current technology, techniques or thinking. The reader should refer to the conference proceedings of the Stereoscopic Displays and Applications conference for more up-to-date information.
Recently I found in my old papers the following reviews of it from , which amplify my remarks. Van Nostrand Reinhold, , pp.. University of California, which dealt chiefly with theoretical considerations has long been out of print. This turns out to be rather a strange publication for what at first glance has the appearance of a technical manual.
Foundations of the stereoscopic cinema : a study in depth