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SIGGRAPH, Coming Soon
March 09, 2010
SIGGRAPH returns to LA this year - what will be new at the conference? There will be much excitement and great content as we return to Los Angeles. Dynamic changes in 2010 include the new SIGGRAPH Dailies! program celebrating excellence in computer graphics by showcasing behind the scenes work and the artists stories that enhance their extraordinary power and beauty. Contributors submitted short ( ...
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The time is ripe for the merging of photography and 3D
July 01, 2009
(July 1, 2009) When asking a photographer about his or her experience with 3D-technology one often still meets negative bias, misinformation and maybe even risks offending someone‚s professional honor. The photographic community often sites an artificial feel to 3D-programs and applications that they are uninspiring and don‚t foster creativity. 10 or 15 years ago that was probably true, but after ...
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Just wanted to say ...
June 02, 2009
Just wanted to say I saw Up in stereo 3D last night after seeing it in 2D at a press junket a couple months ago and I loved it all over again. Did I love it more than in 2D? It was definitely magical seeing the images I’d seen before open up and push back into 3D space. But I wrestle with this question: If you use stereo 3D only as a window, as Pixar did for Up, rather than to push gags out into t ...
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Up, Up and Away
May 29, 2009
Ready for flight with Disney’s latest animated blast “Up,” which opened May 29, Regal Cinemas has committed to show the movie in 222 locations across the country utilizing the RealD cinema system. If you’re unfamiliar with the “Up” story line, it goes something like this: elderly balloon salesman fulfills lifelong dream for great adventure by tying thousands of balloons to his house, floating away ...
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Storefront Displays Get Geeky
May 29, 2009
The latest craze to fill storefronts, emptied by the spiraling economy, is surprisingly, advertising. A once vacant storefront at Seventh Avenue and 50th Street in New York City, for example, is now a digital 3D branding campaign for Snickers. The display, created in cooperation with Destination Media Group, Alioscopy USA and Helios, showcasing Alioscopy’s 42” LCD autostereoscopic (no glasses) 3D ...
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