RGH Entertainment is starting work on Life and Adventures of Santa Claus, a stereoscopic animated feature film directed by Anthony Bell, known for its Alpha and Omega and Rugrats.
The formal specifications for Metro: Last Light have been released, offering those who want to return to the series' post-apocalyptic dystopia a clue as to how much they're going to have to spend on upgrades to get the most from the title, especially in Stereoscopic 3D mode.
The game is on-track for release next month under new publisher Deep Silver, and forms part of a bundle that will see buyers of selected Nvidia graphics boards receiving a free copy of the game.
The minimum recommended hardware for Metro: Last Light (according to 4A Games) will require a 2.2GHz dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and a DirectX9 Shader Model 3 compliant graphics card such as an Nvidia GeForce GTS 250 or AMD Radeon HD 4000 series. Those who want to take advantage of the game's support for Nvidia 3D Vision, meanwhile, will need a GeForce GTX 275 or higher, 3D Vision-certified 120Hz monitor and shutter glasses.
But to pull the maximum out the game engine under DirectX11 in stereoscopic 3D, at least a 3.4GHz quad-core processor, 8GB of RAM, and either an Nvidia GTX 690 or an Nvidia Titan are recommended.
Watch the trailer here under.
Orthodontists are three-dimensional thinkers. They are using cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) in North America for more than a decade, and in that time it has become a vital part of many orthodontic practices, bringing added value to pretreatment diagnosis and treatment planning. CBCT provides a clearer view of patient anatomy and pathology, without the distortions or superimpositions of conventional imaging. Resulting images are presented in 2D or in 3D.
The LA 3-D Club is hosting today (Sunday April 21, 2013) a special presentation on last Summer's 3D stereoscopic broadcast of the London Olympic Games.
The LA 3-D Club Event is taking place at The Downtown Independent. The coverage of the London 2012 Olympic Games in 3D is presented by Jim DeFilippis, broadcast engineering consultant on the London 2012 Olympics.
RealD Inc. announced at CinemaCon this week the introduction of its Precision White Screen technology for cinema projection, combining 2D white screen performance with the ability to project polarized 3D stereoscopic images.
Designed to deliver enhanced 2D and 3D presentations with wide viewing angles similar to white screens of equivalent gain, Precision White Screen technology features edges 4 to 5 times brighter than a standard silver screen. The improved screen efficiency results in 40% more total light coming off the screen, providing more uniform brightness than a standard silver screen.
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