Stereo D

Two D to Three D conversion adds the binocular disparity depth cue to digital images perceived by the brain thus if done properly greatly improving the immersive effect while viewing stereo video in comparison to two D video. However in order to be successful the conversion should be done with sufficient accuracy and correctness the quality of the original two D images should not deteriorate and the introduced disparity cue should not contradict to other cues used by the brain for depth perception If done properly and thoroughly the conversion produces stereo video of similar quality to native stereo video which is shot in stereo and accurately adjusted and aligned in post production