Broadcaster Dave Fanning will leap out of your TV and into your living room this month when he co-presents coverage from the Isle of Wight festival for Sky Arts this June (10–12), the world’s first rock festival to be broadcast live in 3D.
The ASUS G53SX is a 3D autostereoscopic display laptop especially designed for gaming and entertainment.The new technology within the G53SX creates stereoscopic images with two overlapped LCD matrixes and a polarizing filter which is applied over the screen so as to reduce the viewing angle of the two images thus created. The viewing angle is extremely narrow but the integrated webcam tracks the viewer’s position and people can move freely in front of the screen without diminishing the 3D effect.Limitation : 3D is available to only one gamer at a time.
Directed by Nancy Florence Savard and due out in 2012, The 3D stereoscopic animated feature Sarila uses authentic settings and indigenous mythology, including Inuit legends.
The Spatial View (Toronto, Canada) 3DeeScreen is an add-on to a laptop display that enabled naked-eye 3D - an extra screen layer that is added unto your screen. The companies will offer this software/hardware package to laptop makers which will bundle this with the laptop, sell separately or added on in retail channels.
Directed by Nancy Florence Savard and due out in theatres in 2013, the 80-minutes 3D stereoscopic animated feature The Legend of Sarila uses authentic settings in Northern Canada and indigenous mythology, including Inuit legends.
The Legend of Sarila tells the story of a voyage of initiation in which three young Inuit search for a promised land, hoping to save their people from famine. Day after day, the hunters return empty-handed and the aged shaman, Croolik, is unable to solve the problem. The camp’s wise woman, Saya, recalls the legend of Sarila, a promised land hidden among the glaciers, where wild game is said to be plentiful. “Legend has it that only those with pure hearts may enter this hallowed place...”