This week, GoPro (Half Moon Bay, CA, USA) launched the entire CineForm Studio line for 2D and 3D post production. Since the acquisition of CineForm by GoPro, the original CineForm development team, led by David Newman, has been working closely with the GoPro to develop these new products. The end result is a really powerful, nicely streamlined set of tools for consumers, enthusiasts, professional cinematographers, and post professionals.
Two high-end versions are added to the initial CineForm Studio. Their names: GoPro CineForm Studio Premium and GoPro CineForm Studio Professional. The company released last month a new version CineForm Studio, now the entry version in the line.
Ideum (Corrales, NM, USA) is releasing its massive 65-inch MT65 Presenter featuring a multitouch 3D stereoscopic screen with an integrated computer, built-in audio, and webcam all packed into a 4-inch deep hardened aluminum frame. Ideum offers multitouch screens of various sizes, usable as video walls, video tables, or computer screens. There is even a vertical transparent 46" display. Imagine the Crown's jewels display or the Monterey aquarium (they did it !) with a transparent informative screen pretecting it from visitors...
The new SH80F weights 135 gr. only, but it packs a dual 8-Mpixels camera, a 4.2 inches 3D screen (no glasses needed, parallax-barrier autostereoscopic technology), a 540x960 pixels display in 262,000 colors, a front 0.3 Mpixels camera, 2 Gb of memory, a Micro-SD card slot, a flash, HDMI video out, and Android operating system ! And 2D to 3D conversion is included...
The AQUOS Phone's parallax barrier system—which imitates the parallax difference between our right and left eye—enables the display of vivid three-dimensional HD images without the need for glasses. The phone recognises if content is 2D or 3D at playback, and adjusts accordingly.
Watch live stereoscopic 3D in your internet browser using 2 identical webcams and the MMP Player Framework from Microsoft (formerly known as the Silverlight Media Framework). "Live Stereoscopic 3D" is an open source project including a new plugin that can be easily combined with the new S3D feature relesed in version 2.5 of the MMP Player Framework. It works on Windows machines, including Windows Phone 7 ones.
Stereosopic 3D images visible in the MMP-enabled browser will be in Red-Cyan anaglyph by default, but you may configure it to work with any 3D display with drivers properly installed; we tested it with the new 3D Vision 2 kit from Nvidia.
The most exciting film at the Sundance Film Festival (19-29 Jan 2012, Sundance, Utah, USA) is presented at the fest’s New Frontier exhibition space and is named “Evolution (Megaplex)”. Created by Marco Brambilla, director of "Demolition Man" in 1993, this large-scale installation is extraordinary.
It’s a stereoscopic 3D video collage which plays onscreen in a 3-minutes loop offering a wild abundance of arresting images and segments from 30 films at any given moments. Viewers will recognize "King Kong," "Ghandi," the parting of the Red Sea from "The Ten Commandments," John Wayne in “The Searchers,” Clint Eastwood in Dirty Harry clothes, and Elvis Presley in “Jailhouse Rock". Parts of this work are visibel in the video here under.
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