Development of Industrial Stereo Camera
Two categories of static scene shooting and dynamic scene shooting Stereoscopic imaging shooting can be divided into two categories: static scene shooting and dynamic scene shooting. To shoot a static scene, you only need to use a camera, take a photo at a certain position and angle, and then move the camera parallel to a certain distance to take another photo, thus obtaining a set of stereoscopic photos with parallax. The shooting of dynamic scenes requires the use of a special stereo camera (such as a dual-lens camera), or two cameras to take two photos at the same time.
Early technology Early stereoscopic imaging technology mainly relied on traditional cameras to take a set of stereoscopic pictures and reproduce the stereoscopic images through stereoscopic mirrors. Due to factors such as cumbersome production and difficulty in circulation, traditional stereo photography is limited to professional photography and a few special fields, and cannot penetrate into all levels like traditional flat photography. With the rapid development of science and technology and the emergence of CCD digital cameras, the technology and application of stereoscopic images have made breakthroughs.