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TechEye is discussing 3D broadcast production today. conclusion: Although every television maker in the world wants to introduce 3D as standard on the boxes, broadcast content is still looking a little thin. It seems that production of 3D content or the launch of 3D channels is at the very lowest rung of the ladder for investment.
Newly released photographs show how a team of World War II experts disrupted Nazi plans to bombard Britain - with the help of 3D glasses like those in modern cinemas. Their secret weapon was a stereoscope - a simple Victorian invention which brought the enemy landscape into 3D. Working on the same principles as modern-day 3D glasses, it allowed the PIs to measure height, especially of unidentified new structures - such as rockets and their launch sites.
From UK, you may watch the documentary on the BBC Player until Tuesday 24 May 2011. The last broadcast is on Tuesday, 23:20 on BBC Two.
Green Lantern is an upcoming 2011 Warner superhero film based on the comic book character of the same name appearing in DC Comics. Green Lantern is scheduled to be released on June 17, 2011 in 3D. The new trailer has jusr been released (see below).
The trick:Parallax is the name of the super-vilainn of the film. So, as the movie is in 3D, Parallax is jumping at you in negative parallax into the theatre... If only for the vilain's name, Green Lantern should appeal to all stereographers... (In 2009, Parallax was ranked as IGN's 92nd Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time.)
STEREOLABS (France) today announced the release of a major update to their stereo Image Processor (S.I.P.) PURE can now detect and correct color errors , set the right interaxial and convergence, and ensure the 3D footage is comfortable for viewing.