Cutest 3D Dog Video in the World
The OK Go band released it "White Knuckle" video in 2D in 2010 and it was so cute it received over 14,000,000 views!
And now they are back with the same but in 3D. Enjoy the 3minutes 26 of cute dogs in glorious stereoscopic 3D here under, but do not forget to switch off the annotations, to put the video in full screen mode, and to crank the resolution to 720p.
Your Wedding Video Shot in 3D with RED Epic Cameras
This is a teaser trailer for the world's first 3D wedding video shot in stereoscopic 3D on 5K resolution RED Epic cameras by Golden Gate 3D, a studio based in San Francisco, CA, USA known for its award-winning "Deus Ex Homine" 3D short.
RED EPICs are the same movie cameras used to shoot "The Hobbit" and "Prometheus". Each frame can also be extracted as a high resolution 3D still image.
Planet Power hits German Cinemas in 3D
Planet Power is a high-quality 3D 1minute 13 seconds advertisement for the BMW S1000 RR motorbike.
Featuring complex high speed squences and heavy CG visuals, the one minute and twelve second film has spent months in post production. It was co-produced by Kamerawerk (Switzerland) and Weisscam (Germany) who faced the challenge of filming 3D stereo at high speeds and adding complex postproduction effects : "Driving very fast and shooting 1.000 fps really brought together all extremes!"
Reality Clock 3D Awarded Gold Medal at Student Oscars
“The Reality Clock” is a stereoscopic 3D short movie by Amanda Tasse, a University of Southern California former student. The stereoscopic 3D film won the “Best Alternative” category gold medal at the AMPAS’ Annual Student Academy.
The film is an experimental animated portrait of an elderly watchmaker as he struggles to accept the influence of early stage dementia on his identity and sense of time. Shot in full stereoscopic 3D, using time-lapse photography, pixelation, live-action and stop-motion animation, "The Reality Clock" immerses the viewer in the internal experience of the character, expressed through metaphors of a clock, house and morphing landscapes.
Amanda said "While not my first stereo film, it is the most ambitious one given the amount of media layering and visual FX that were required, and the fact that I used captured, rather than computer generated media, which of course can’t be easily fixed once shot."
The 48 Hours Film Project Accepts 3D Movies...
...Why not yours? 3D movie makers are more than welcome in that competition, as testified by "The Collection 3D" a short horror by Andrew Murchie and Enhanced Dimensions. The Collection 3D" was filmed and edited over the May 18-20, 2012 week-end and this is the first 3D entry to the 48 Hour Film Project outside of the US.
The 48 Hour Film Project is a wild and sleepless weekend in which you and a team make a movie—write, shoot, edit and score it—in just 48 hours. On Friday night, you get a character, a prop, a line of dialogue and a genre, all to include in your movie. 48 hours later, the movie must be complete. Then it will show at a local theater, usually in the next week. In 2011, nearly 60,000 filmmakers made 4,000 films in 96 cities on 6 continents. This year, we're even bigger, with filmmakers around the world taking the challenge to make a film in just 48 hours.
The 48HFP Mission
The 48 Hour Film Project's mission is to advance filmmaking and promote filmmakers. Through its festival/competition, the Project encourages filmmakers and would-be filmmakers to get out there and make movies. The tight deadline of 48 hours puts the focus squarely on the filmmakers—emphasizing creativity and teamwork skills. While the time limit places an unusual restriction on the filmmakers, it is also liberating by putting an emphasis on "doing" instead of "talking."
Andrew Murchie and his band of merry filmographers entered the 48 hours project for the first time this year and not wanting to do things by halves, have put in the city’s first 3D (and second in the world) entry.