Tag: STV

STV Test

Original Depth

Here the S3D depth with no shift parallax.

  • First image: negative parallax -30, positive parallax 2
  • Second image: negative parallax none, positive parallax 51(blue means warning)
  • Setting: Camera = Toed-in, IPD = Adult(63.5mm), Display = iPad, Blow up = none

Blue means you have to use this value for short time.
Red means this value make eye-stain or divergence.


First image

Non parallax shift

This image have no problem with any display. On top you can see depth volume.

Green line is maximum value that can be used.


Second imgae for iPad

Parallax shift -8

I shift parallax -8. I want to use maximum value without blue warning on iPad.


Second image for PC

Parallax shift -11

I change target display to PC(23inch). I shift parallax -11. Use maximum value without blue warning.


Second image for TV

Parallax shift -3

I change target display to TV(50inch). I shift parallax -3. Use maximum value without blue warning.

History of STV app development

I have worked as a stereographer and composer in post-production for several years now.  In this field, I have done work on movies, CF, and music videos. There are presently several guides in stereoscopic environment, but they don’t have such an easy to use system and trust values like our app provides.

I myself have iPad and wanted to bring a stereo work app to the table which did not exist before. In the beginning, when I started work on this app, it was for personal use because I wanted to make a helpful app for myself and my colleagues as well as customers to check both progress and finished product.  However, when I realized the significance of this revolutionary tool, it was only then as a secondary thought that I decided to develop and release this for others in the industry to use as well. Our iPad app final solution, STV, took one year of R&D to bring to the iPad platform.

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