ESA puts online 3D video from the ISS
Paolo Nespoli spent 6 months on-board the International Space Station from Dec 2010 through to May 2011.
In the 3D video (link here under) he shot using ESA's Erasmus Recording Binocular (ERB-2) stereoscopic camera during various phases of his MagISStra mission, he caught some moments that depict the work astronauts carry out on the ISS: from educational activities, to scientific experiments and physical training, also demonstrating the way astronauts move in weightlessness through the various modules.
Red Bull Rampage: The Evolution
Hi-Ground Media created an exciting free-ride mountain biking 3D stereoscopic show for Red Bull Media House North America, titled "Red Bull Rampage: The Evolution". The half-hour extreme mountain biking show premiered in August on 3Net (Channel 107 on DirectTV), and is set to cycle through another series of airings beginning Oct. 6.
The Great Throwdini 3D
For most of the day he is mild-mannered Rev. Dr. David Adamovich, an ordained minister who delights in performing wedding ceremonies. But the rest of the time he is "The Great Throwdini", the world's fastest and most accurate knife thrower. The interesting thing is that there is now a nice making-of video of the ESPN E:60 feature. So, if you missed the 3D show on ESPN, you may at least spend 3min42 to see how it was shot.
Binocle Shot The French Coast in 3D
Extreme 3D reaching new heights soon
The Alexander and Thomas Huber brothers are among the best rock climbers worldwide and they are the stars of "Die Huberbuam", a 3D documentary shot for ZDF (Germany) with Alaric Hamacher and his team at Virtual Experience supervising the 3D. Small cameras and an extreme RC helicopter were involved...