Using Artificial Intelligence in the Stereoscopic World

The binoc­u­lar sys­tem and the stere­op­sis process is a per­son­al expe­ri­ence that makes us feel dif­fer­ent emo­tions when look­ing at stereo­scop­ic images. The father of the stere­oscopy, Charles Wheat­stone, used geo­met­ric pic­tures to demon­strate his the­sis about the “phys­i­ol­o­gy of binoc­u­lar vision”. Lat­er on, pho­tog­ra­phy used the stereo­scop­ic method to start a rev­o­lu­tion in the world of images. From then on, very few non-pho­to­graph­ic stereo­scop­ics works have been made. Ray Zone, Sal­vador Dalí, James Cameron and oth­ers have used oth­er tech­niques to cre­ate new stereo­scop­ic illu­sions. Arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence could be a new way to cre­ate stereo­scop­ic worlds that are nei­ther bet­ter nor worse, just different.

© 2020 Lluís Dubreuil

Lluís Dubreuil (Sabadell, Spain)

Born in Spain in 1950, retired in 2011. I’ve been work­ing as an Elec­tron­ic Engi­neer for 40 years in the com­put­er and telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions fields. I start­ed to inves­ti­gate stere­oscopy in 2008 and start­ed teach­ing stereo­scop­ic pho­tog­ra­phy in 2009 at the “Uni­ver­si­tat Politèc­ni­ca de Catalun­ya.” In 2012, I co-cre­at­ed the stereo­scop­ic com­pa­ny Global3DSolutions. In 2016 and 2017, I won 18 awards and men­tions in dif­fer­ent 3D PSA Inter­na­tion­al Exhi­bi­tions and from 2017–2018, I exhib­it­ed my 3D project “Saba3dell, stereo­scop­ic illu­sions”.

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