Balloon in the City 3D
Collaborating with the psychedelic pop rock quartet, Cheers Elephant, Ryan Suits created an incredible 3D music video that premiered theatrically at the BeFilm - the Underground Film Festival in New York City (USA) on April 24-27, 2012.
This video exemplifies the results of high quality, professional 3D productions, and by using Cyclopital3D attachments in the production process, “Balloon in the City 3D” is a unique experience that everyone can enjoy.
‘Transformers: The Ride 3D’: 5 Minutes, 100 M$
Mechatronics or stereoscopic 3D CGI? That’s the question the special-effects gurus at Universal Studios and Industrial Light and Magic (ILM) , as well as “Transformers” director Michael Bay, first asked themselves five years ago when they started developing the $100 million theme park attraction based on the Transformers franchise.
Shot in 4K and presented on 14 digital screens mixed with partially real-world sets, the attraction is enjoyed from a 12-person vehicle designed to look as a transformer named Evac. who goes on a breakneck chase from the headquarters of the top-secret NEST agency through city streets, across rooftops and even inside an office building on the hunt for a missing shard of the AllSpark, the powerful Transformers artifact.
World's first 3D Advert Started from a Blank Sheet
For the 101st birth anniversary of origami grandmaster Akira Yoshizawa, Google has posted a paper folding doodle on its homepage.
This is the occasion to bring back memories of the world's first stereoscopic 3D advert: a stop-motion origami animated short advertising the Toshiba R630 laptop. Watch it here under!
Audi A3 shot with Screen Plane 3D Rigs
For the Geneva Motor Show 2012 Audi unveilled the new A3 with a 3D stereoscopic film shot on Screen Plane (Germany)'s Production 3D Rig fitted with RED Epic cameras and Angenieux zooms.
Peter Chang's Best 3D Video of 2011
Peter Chang from CineFugue is the author of the 'Deus Ex Homine' motion-controlled time-lapse 3D video unanimously recognized by the Nvidia 3DVisionLive jury as the best 3D video of 2011.
The video is prominently visible on 3DVisionLive in 3D (Nvidia 3D Vision glasses heavily recommended). The YouTube 3D version is visible here under; we recommand to download it locally in 1080p for viewing with Stereoscopic Player without any Internet bandwidth concerns. File size is 150 Mbytes for the Full HD 3D version.