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"Future of 3D Films" Survey by UK Students

A couple of students from University of Salford (Manchester, UK) are conducting a survey on "The Future of Stereoscopic 3D".

Participation is free and anonymous. Try it and you may have a chance to see the agregated results on their blogs in a few months.

As Zororo Mubaya, one of them, said : "Sharon George and I are doing a Quantitative Research into the future of Stereoscopic 3D Film making. The aim is to gather information from responses through a survey questionnaire found here using statistics and be able to conclude whether Stereoscopic 3D is the future of Film making or not."

Sharon and-Zororo

Why a 3D Stereoscopic Survey?

Technology in Film industry has seen changes taking place like in any other industry. This has seen a gradual production trend of Films in different formats i.e. the conventional 2D films and Stereoscopic 3D. 3D films are becoming more popular in recent years.

The term “Stereoscopic 3D” refers to the technology used to create the illusion of the perception of depth achieved through the use of special glasses. Nowadays, most cinemas and IMAX theatres offer the option to watch films in 3D.

The survey aims to gather the audience’s opinions on this viewing experience. Participation in the survey is voluntary, and should you wish to withdraw participation at any point you may do so without having to provide a reason.

Confidentiality and Safety of Data Data collected on this survey will be used for academic purposes. The survey does not collect any personal data and the answers cannot be traced back to you.

Take part to the survey here.

More info

The two students at the heart of this initiative are Zororo Mubaya (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and Sharon George (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), both from University of Salford.

Zororo Mubaya's blog is here (she is on Facebook too) and Sharon George's blog is here (reach her on Twitter here).