3D (stereo)

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In television, film or cinema 3D may refer to material that is shot using a set of ‘stereo’, left and right cameras, and shown on the screen as a pair of superimposed stereo images (often ‘decoded’ by the viewer using polarized or shuttered active spectacles). Also known as stereo 3D or stereoscopic 3D.

See also: Stereoscopy