(under the class definition) Subject matter where the
projection system is adapted to project pairs of individual picture elements having separate perspectives corresponding to the perspective offered by the right and left eyes of a viewer.
(1) Note. The individual picture elements are taken from two different points of view and each eye of the viewer receives only the information obtained from one point of view when viewing the projected images on a screen.
(2) Note. This subclass also provides for attachments which convert a conventional still projector to a stereoscopic projector.
SEE OR SEARCH THIS CLASS, SUBCLASS:
10, for projection systems for creating an illusion of three dimensional views without employing separate left-right images.
SEE OR SEARCH CLASS 352, Optics: Motion Pictures,
57+, for stereoscopic motion pictures devices.
359, Optics: Systems (Including Communication) and Elements,