Alioscopy USA’s 8-view auto-stereoscopic camera conversion algorithm is now part of the new Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended software. Photoshop artists will now be able to create, import, and edit multi-view 3D content to be ‘Alioscopy-ready’—for playback on Alioscopy displays in ‘no-glasses’ 3D.
This relationship represents a closer step to making Alioscopy auto-stereoscopic ‘no-glasses’ 3D easier to import, create, and edit–and much more accessible for creative artists all over the world through this Photoshop CS6 Extended connection.
In Photoshop CS6 Extended, anyone with a stereoscopic camera (left and right lens equipped) will be able to upload two-view images to Photoshop and convert it to multi-view (8-view) for display on an Alioscopy 3D screen—currently available in 21’’, 24”, 42”, and 47” configurations. Additionally, artists will be able to generate 3D objects directly in Photoshop or in other 3D software packages and apply the Alioscopy multi-view algorithm to create Alioscopy-ready content.
By integrating Alioscopy’s patented technology into Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended, millions of artists in the global Photoshop community will benefit from a streamlined, all-inclusive workflow to generate ‘no-glasses’ 3D content—one of today’s fastest growing trends in digital signage, trade show and events, advertising, and education.
“Creating and integrating 3D in Photoshop over the past few years has opened many new doors and possibilities for Photoshop artists,” said Zorana Gee, Adobe Photoshop Senior Product Manager. “By incorporating the Alioscopy 3D multi-view algorithm and camera model into Photoshop CS6 Extended, we’re offering artists yet another way to generate compelling 3D images and content which adds a whole new immersive dimension to content creation and editing,” added Gee.
To learn more about how to create Alioscopy-ready auto-stereoscopic 3D content in Photoshop Creative Suite 6 Extended, and view a demonstrational tutorial, go to: