Additional workload evaluation of a stereoscopic film production, based on a case study comparison of a classical monoscopic commercial production

J. Pieniak, Additional Workload Evaluation of a Stereoscopic Film Production, Based on a Case Study Comparison of a Classical Monoscopic Commercial Production, Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe, Lemgo, 2010.

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The change of technologies and digital improvement in the film industry has made it possible to apply new media content to film. Digital cinema is providing the audience with a new dimension of film experience. By adding the feature to screen movies in stereoscopic1 mode, the audience is taken into the scenery itself. Nowadays stereoscopic films are a standard at cinemas, but there is a significant change for the filmmaking industry. Stereoscopic films have to be produced also in a stereoscopic way, which affects and restricts the common work of filmmaking people. This work provides the reader with fundamental knowledge about stereoscopy. This work points out the additional workload if a common production will be produced in the stereoscopic way. Thus the reader is able to estimate the extra workload for a stereoscopic production and knows where the daily work will be restricted. 1 Stereoscopic designates the spatial visual cognition of the world surrounding the viewer.
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Pieniak J. Additional Workload Evaluation of a Stereoscopic Film Production, Based on a Case Study Comparison of a Classical Monoscopic Commercial Production. Lemgo: Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe; 2010.
Pieniak, J. (2010). Additional workload evaluation of a stereoscopic film production, based on a case study comparison of a classical monoscopic commercial production. Lemgo: Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe.
Pieniak J (2010) Additional Workload Evaluation of a Stereoscopic Film Production, Based on a Case Study Comparison of a Classical Monoscopic Commercial Production. Lemgo: Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe.
Pieniak, Jan. Additional Workload Evaluation of a Stereoscopic Film Production, Based on a Case Study Comparison of a Classical Monoscopic Commercial Production. Lemgo: Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe, 2010.
Pieniak, Jan. 2010. Additional workload evaluation of a stereoscopic film production, based on a case study comparison of a classical monoscopic commercial production. Lemgo: Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe.
Pieniak, Jan: Additional workload evaluation of a stereoscopic film production, based on a case study comparison of a classical monoscopic commercial production. Lemgo : Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe, 2010
J. Pieniak, Additional workload evaluation of a stereoscopic film production, based on a case study comparison of a classical monoscopic commercial production, Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe, Lemgo, 2010.
J. Pieniak, Additional workload evaluation of a stereoscopic film production, based on a case study comparison of a classical monoscopic commercial production. Lemgo: Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe, 2010.
Pieniak, Jan. Additional Workload Evaluation of a Stereoscopic Film Production, Based on a Case Study Comparison of a Classical Monoscopic Commercial Production. Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe, 2010.
Pieniak, Jan (2010): Additional workload evaluation of a stereoscopic film production, based on a case study comparison of a classical monoscopic commercial production, Lemgo.
Pieniak J. Additional workload evaluation of a stereoscopic film production, based on a case study comparison of a classical monoscopic commercial production. Lemgo: Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe; 2010. 69 p.
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Additional workload evaluation of a stereoscopic film production, based on a case study comparison of a classical monoscopic commercial production
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