Since I have officially retired from teaching stereoscopic theory, I am aggressively looking for other things to do. I found these tennis courts right down the street, just a few blocks away from home. They are at a high school, but I was told that the public can use them.
This video has close to 1/30 (3.3%) Net Stereoscopic Deviation (NetD), which is the only amount of depth that can produce a perfectly cubic stereoscopic illusion, viewable with any horizontal field of view (from any seat).
.5% positive parallax is used to avoid eye divergence on any screen up to 40 feet wide.
The ghost-free floating window eliminates left and right edge violations.
Watch this video in 2D or 3D by clicking on the “3D” button under the video and selecting your options, e.g., “Turn off 3D”.
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