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Synthonics to convert regular footage to 3-D film

Synthonics Technologies, a Southern California-based software firm, has developed a method for converting standard motion picture footage into 3-D, stereoscopic film. The company plans to license the technology to the film industry.

Synthonics was awarded a U.S. patent in June for the process (developed by Synthonics founder Charles Palm), which automates the conversion of sequential movie frames into accurately synchronized 3-D images.

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