The course targets new and emerging technologies for 3D visual scene modelling, capture, processing and visualization as well as their use in applications such as 3D video and virtual reality. The course will provide in-depth knowledge about the creation, processing, delivery and visualization of 3D moving scenes. After the course, the students will know the basics of 3D computer graphics and binocular vision, and how those basics are taken into account while capturing and processing 3D video. The students will be able to design application-specific multi-camera and multi-sensor capture systems and 3D graphics visualization tools. They will know the principles and the state-of-the-art techniques for compression and transmission of multi-modal signals used for conveying 3D visual information. The students will know the state-of-the-art and emerging visualization techniques, such as auto-stereoscopic, light-field, holographic, head-mounted and haptic-augmented displays. The students will have knowledge about typical visual artifacts appearing during the stage of 3D content creation, compression and transmission and about the advanced signal processing methods which can tackle those artifacts. 3D tracking sensors: mechanical, optical, magnetic, audio, etc. will be overviewed and basics of augmented and virtual reality will be presented.