3D Displays, VR, and Stereoscopic Visualization: SD&A 2019 Conference Videos Available for Viewing on YouTube

Now available for free viewing on YouTube, 24 oral presentations from the 2019 Stereoscopic Displays & Applications (SD&A) Conference cover the latest developments in the areas of stereoscopic displays, 3D cinema business, visualization facilities, light field imaging, plus 360 and VR.

The SD&A conference, home for numerous announcements of key technical advances in 3D acquisition, display, perception, and applications, is now celebrating its 30th year as part of the annual Electronic Imaging symposium hosted by IS&T – the Society for Imaging Science and Technology.

The SD&A conference is unique in its combination of face-to-face networking for industrial, government, and academic stakeholders; oral and poster-based technology presentations; equipment demonstrations; and ever-popular 3D theater screening session. The conference Chairs and Committee welcome newcomers to the field as well as alumni year after year.

Enjoy the technical presentations at this YouTube playlist:

Refer to the 2019 SD&A conference program here:

Coming soon: manuscripts will be available free of charge thanks to IS&T and conference sponsors at:

Abstracts are currently being accepted for the 31st annual SD&A conference to be held in January 2020:

About SD&A

The annual Stereoscopic Displays & Applications (SD&A) conference is the world’s premier conference for 3D innovation. It is the largest and longest–running technical conference dedicated to the discussion of stereoscopic 3D imaging topics. The SD&A conference is part of the International Symposium on Electronic Imaging organized by the technical society IS&T. The SD&A conference program includes a range of exciting and useful special sessions, as well as research-based oral and poster presentations dedicated to stereoscopic imaging topics. Special sessions include keynote presentations and live demonstrations of stereoscopic displays and applications.

Further information about the SD&A conference is available at:

Information about the Electronic Imaging Symposium is at:

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