“Stereoscopic Visualization of Scientific and Medical Content” by William and Bailey

  • ©Albert M. William and Darrell L. Bailey




    Stereoscopic Visualization of Scientific and Medical Content



    As we enter a more sophisticated world, it is apparent that many students today are faced with increasingly complex subjects. How best to inform these students is a challenge for educators. One approach we have taken to engage students is to present materials on a stereoscopic display system. With this system, we are able to describe complex concepts of health and science in a more visually appealing manner. We have adapted commercially available hardware and software, and developed a production pipeline that caters to stereo movie production. These movies form the cornerstone of a curriculum that appeals to student’s natural curiosity more than traditional teaching methods with similar content.


    The authors wish to acknowledge the advice and editorial support of Joy William and Jeff Hostetler.


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