Stereoscopic Films

Also known as “3D films.”

Stereoscopy is a process where a live or an animated scene is captured by means of two co-sited cameras and reproduced with discreet streams for the left and the right eye. The goal of stereoscopic imaging is to simulate the human perception of depth and space.

The commercial term “3D” is more popular then the more appropriate term “stereoscopy.” The term “3D” is also used to describe technically unrelated computer animated films.