3D stands for three-dimensional, and it’s like magic that we use in technology.
Instead of looking at flat images, like in 2D technology, 3D allows you to see width, height, and depth, just like in real life.
Imagine if you could reach out and touch objects on your movie screen – that’s what 3D feels like!
It all began way back in 1838, that’s almost 200 years ago!
A scientist named Charles Wheatstone invented 3D.
He discovered that our two eyes see different images, and when the brain puts them together, it creates a sense of depth.
Today, 3D is used in movies, video games, printing, and even in medicine!
In movies, it makes dragons fly out of the screen, and in games, it makes you feel like you’re really inside the game world.
Doctors use it to create a 3D model of a patient’s body, like a super cool puzzle to help them understand and fix things.
So, every time you put on those special 3D glasses, you’re stepping into a world of wonder and excitement.