Sebastian Vettel and his F1 car in Stereoscopic 3D
AixSponza and art director Stefan Voigt created a 3-minutes 3D stereoscopic movie for RedBull in red/cyan anaglyph. The end of the Formula One championship today (with Sebastian Vettel crowned world champion for the third time) is the perfect occasion to unveil this small gem. Grab your good old paper 3D glasses and watch the full version here under in HD!
3D Effects are strong but extremely well crafted; a very nice piece of 3D CGI...
Hidden 3D, a Glasgow 48 Hour Film Project 2012
Hidden 3D is EnhancedDimensions' entry to the 2012 Glasgow 48 Hour Film Project. This short was written shot and postproduced in 48 hours. Duration: 7 minutes. The 3D "extended cut" version is now online!
Art Of Flight 3D
The Art Of Flight 3D is a stunningly shot snowboarding film with some incredible extraordinary environments that was presented in festivals all over the world, and that is now converted to stereoscopic format by Venture 3D. The 3D version was premiered at the San Sebastian Film Festival last month.
Travis Rice is Snowboarder Magazine’s ‘Rider of the Year’! With The Art of Flight 3D stereoscopic movie, Travis constantly pushed the limits of what is possible on the mountain - congratulations! The trailer here under has already been seen by more than 10,000,000 viewers on YouTube (in 2D)!
"Cycle 3D" Creepy Short is Online
Cycle 3D is a 9-minutes supernatural/psychological horror film produced and directed by Andrew Murchie (Scotland, UK). The film was shot in October 2011 with post production done over the following three months and completed in late December 2011. The movie is now online; watch it here under in 1080p HD 3D stereoscopic format!
Director Edgar Pêra and Portugese actor Nuno Melo just finished shooting a 3D stereoscopic short movie in the city of Guimarães (Portugal), the 2012 European capital city of culture.
The "CineSapiens 3D" short film is roduced by Rodrigo Areias and portrays the journey of a man going from the prehistoric caves of silent films, to talkies, color, and finally to 3D stereoscopic cinema and the holocinema of the future. The movie tries to reflect on the evolution of movies in three dimensions and its validity in today's cinema.