A simple or 2D image doesn't attract much attention, but the third dimension tends to impress people. That's why they are used so successfully and effectively in advertising and entertainment to attract viewers. 3D advertisements are more memorable than ordinary flat ones. Highly realistic 3D images are an art form, and Raster to Vector can catapult your business by 2D to 3D transformation.
The World of 3D can be a minefield, so we've outlined how some of the technology works and the differences between them, focusing mainly on how 2D to 3D conversion stacks up against dedicated 3D.
- 3D comes in several varieties, most commonly with passive or active shutter glasses and less commonly, glasses free.
- Passive shutter glasses use the kind of 3D that you experience in the cinema with lightweight polarized glasses. The screen shows two images on the screen simultaneously with one intended for each eye. The filters on the glasses make sure each eye sees only one image.
- Active shutter glasses are heavier, battery operated glasses that work in synchronization with the screen. The two images are quickly alternated instead of showing them at the same time and the glasses block the vision of one eye alternately in time with the screen.
- Using a proprietary process to convert the 2D image to 3D, our creative team can add depth with realistic roundness on an otherwise flat 2D image. After the 2D to 3D CAD conversion services, these images can be used for stereo viewing in various forms: anaglyph, slides, polarized stereo presentations, view-masters, etc.