Good 3D cinema requires a (very) large screen and a (very) powerful sound system. The message was heard by the team behind the refurbishing of the WARD cinemas in Hawaii oneyear ago in June 2010, just in time for the ToyStory3 opening. They called it "Titan Extreme Cinema", then installed a wall-to-wall 66 feet (20 meters) screen by Harkness-Hall in front of a brand new digital projector and a rack full of XpanD glasses. But the highlight of the system comes from the sound setup offering 75,000 watts, five times the power available at a typical auditorium. To check how good it is, you need to take a break in Hawaii...
The AF315 has a big 23-inch LCD that you can watch through active shutter 3D glasses. Inside you will find a Core i5 CPU, on 1,000 Gb hard disk, USB 3.0, TV receiver, 3D Blu-ray player, remote control, and a wireless keyboard / mouse combo.
Volvo crash dummies are busy these days and production company REZQ ( Gothenburg, Sweden) filmed the action in super slow motion HD3D at 1,000 frames/second. The impressive resulting video is now available on YouTube in HD3D.
This dramatic CGI adaptation introduces a whole new generation of viewers to Edwin Abbott’s beloved mathematical adventure novel, FLATLAND. Flatland 3D will be released in Imax 15/70 and in 3D Digital cinema formats in October 2011 by Objects in Motion Pictures.
At the heart of the French Open 3D shooting is Panasonic's latest 3D camcorder, the upcoming AG-3DP1, which is being used to broadcast live for the first time. The new beast is fitted with a newly developed 17x twin zoom.