The Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, has assigned a team of eight students to a development project for I-CONIC. The team will develop an open source Virtual Reality stereo video viewer. The viewer will include the ability to make 3D measurements in the stereo videos.

The open source code will enable I-CONIC, and any other software developer, to integrate the viewer in their own software packages.

I-CONIC is developing solutions for creating real-world 3D or 4D models in real-time. One early product will be the Video Stereoscope, which is turning normal 2D video streams into 3D video that can be watched in stereo.

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