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Bicycle Girls 3D is online

Bicycle Girls is a thematic show packed with beautiful women, wonderful bikes and stylish photos.  The series will be available in 2D, 3D anaglyph, and 3D side-by-side on the OOOGNET (Poland) web platform.

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Hyperstereoscopic 3D Video of the Kobe Fireworks

Four video cameras were used to shoot hyper stereoscopic video of Kobe Port Fireworks Display held on 6th August 2011, twin GH13 and twin GH2 with ultra-wide(18mm) for whole view and standard(50mm) lenses for the close-ups.

Filming very far subjects in 3D means you have to use a very large stereo base, a technique called hyperstereoscopy. In the case of this fireworks shot, the distance between cameras was 18 meters (59 feet).

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Project Chapman needs you!

ProjectChapman3D is a UK site dedicated to the making of “A Liar’s Autobiography, 3D” (Working title), a 90-minute, stereoscopic 3D feature film on the life of Graham Chapman from Monty Python. 

Help ProjectChapman3D make this film. They can’t do it by themselves so they are recruiting great animators and animation companies to work with them to bring this story to life. Click below for more info.

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Visit the project Chapman3D web site and just fill the form if you are interested in participating. 

Miss Daisy Cutter

We discovered recently the "Miss Daisy cutter" short 3D movie by Laen Sanchez (the Netherlands) featuring “Nux Vomica” by The Veils as soundtrack: If Walt Disney took some bad acid this is what his trip would look like. Don’t say you weren’t warned!

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Magical Starlight Parade in 3D HD on YouTube

Enjoy a 3D recording of the Magical Starlight Parade at Universal Studios Japan on Youtube in the new dual Full HD format. This clip was shot with twin GH1 using a DOF adapter and Canon FD50mm F1.4 lenses.
The author INOUEK3D, has his own 3D channel on Youtube as an after retirement hobby. Visit his web site here (lots of 3D stuff there).
Enjoy a 3D recording of the Magical Starlight Parade at Universal Studios Japan on Youtube in the new dual Full HD format. This clip was shot with twin GH1 using a DOF adapter and Canon FD50mm F1.4 lenses.
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