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StereoscopyNews Issue #08

Stereoscopy News Newsletter Issue #8


Burst 3D

Lionsgate has acquired worldwide distribution rights to the Neil Marshall directed "Burst 3D" film after having distributed Marshall's 2006 pic "The Descent". Read more...

The SpecSoft 3D workflow

SpectSoft LLC. today announced a new version of the popular 3d Live solution. 3d Live Pro adds in frame accurate SDI out, monitoring and adjustments, machine control and meta-data capture,...


Phil 'Captain 3D' McNally

Captain 3D is a known figure in the 3D world. He was -among other- stereoscopic supervisor for Disney's Meet the Robinsons. Look at his impressive filmography here on IMDB.


Architectural Classics

View*Productions offers a selection of ViewMaster discs with he best architectual designs.


Avatar with reading glasses ?

Following interviews at Fantastic Fest 09, James Cameron is reportedly working on the Avatar novel, so you will be able to look at Jake Scully and the already famous Pandora world with standard reading glasses.


3DGuy Videos

The website gathers lots of videos clips about 3D, a 3D movies list, and a 3D related blog.


Anaglyph conversion of a 2D film

VFX artist chris Heurer of Freefal FX created a nice 2-parts video tutorial on how to rotoscope end 3D convert an old black and white movie.


Stereo3D Toolbox for After Effects and FinalCut Pro

Powered by FxFactory, Stereo3D Toolbox is a plug-in designed to work with Adobe After Effects CS3 / CS4, Apple Final Cut Pro, Apple Motion and Apple Final Cut Express applications.


Planar dual monitors-mirror combo

Planar 3D is making 3D displays from mirrors and a pair of flat screens. They call the combo a StereoMirror™. The two LCD displays are oriented at a fixed angle and a passive beam splitter mirror bisects the angle formed between the two monitors mounted on the stand. The mirror is 50% reflective and 50% transparent so you can see both images superposed. Polarizers and passive glasses separate the two images so each eye receives only one of them.

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