“Design and realization of stereoscopic 3D for Disney classics” by Tucker-Fico, Goldberg, Koneval, Mayeda, Neuman, et al. …

  • ©Katie Tucker-Fico, Evan Goldberg, Kevin Koneval, Dale Mayeda, Robert Neuman, Olun Riley, and Matthew Schnittker

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    Design and realization of stereoscopic 3D for Disney classics

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    The stereoscopic conversions of Disney’s The Lion King and Beauty and the Beast required development of novel techniques to art direct, edit, and visualize 3D depth. Producing stereo without geometric models meant the creation of an extensive toolset to create and validate plausible depth for each pixel on screen.

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    1. Williams, L. 1991. Shading in two dimensions. Proceedings of Graphics Interface 91, 143–151.


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