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Video Production Handbook, 5th Edition by Gerald Millerson, Jim Owens

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3D Images that appear to have three dimensions: height, width, and depth.

3DTV Televisions that are designed specifically for showing 3D programming. Viewers must watch the images through high-precision 3D glasses, which open and close the left and right shutters in synchronization with the alternating images.

Acoustics Higher-frequency sound waves travel in straight paths and are easily deflected and reflected by hard surfaces. They are also easily absorbed by porous fibrous materials. Lower-frequency sound waves (below 100 Hz) spread widely, so they are not impeded by obstacles and are less readily absorbed. As sound waves meet nearby materials, they are selectively absorbed and reflected; the reflected sound’s quality is modified ...

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