Computación y Sistemas
versión impresa ISSN 1405-5546
This paper presents the building of a stereoscope, which is formed with two parallel walls. The building of this stereoscope is based on the Wheatstone-type stereoscope. Due to the incorporation of some characteristics, we named this stereoscope "Wheatstone-Mora" environment. We propose to build stereoscopic environments of different sizes, in which, each wall can be built with projection screens, TV screens, and/or computer-controller monitors connected via network, and display a stereoscopic scene on them. We incorporate means performing unrestricted navigation around the 3D scene. This navigation can be controlled through several different input devices: a keyboard, a tracker, and a remote control. Furthermore, the user can move within the physical environment as long as he/she is always at the same distance from both walls. Finally, we evaluated, analyzed and showed the results of our environment.
Palabras llave : Stereoscope; Virtual Environment; stereographic.