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3D Market will be 227,270,000,000 $ by 2016
According to MarketsandMarkets's new report, the total 3D stereoscopic technology market is expected to reach $227.27 billion by 2016, at a CAGR of 15.81%. The full report is available for 4,650$ at MarketsandMarkets.
3D Games trailers (33 in the list)
All games trailers and clips here under are visible on YouTube in 3D. Select the best resolution according to your Internet access speed and your 3D mode according to the 3D glasses you have at hand...
Games are sorted by alphabetical order. This list will be updated on a regular basis and is accessible on the 'References/On-line 3D Videos' menu of stereoscopynews.
To download the trailers on your local hard disk, read the "Easy way to download YouTube 3D Videos" procedure.
Note: If you have Nvidia 3D Vision glasses, be sure you have the latest Nvidia drivers.
Recheck often this page as new trailers are added every week, as in our 3D Movies trailers (131 movies in the list), one of our most popular pages!
Darkest Hour soon in Blu-ray 3D
We announced The Darkest Hour release in 3D last year. How, the movie 3D stereoscopic movie produced by Fox will be available on Blu-Ray 3D in April 2012 (May 11, 2012 in Europe), but Amazon is already accepting pre-orders.
Video introduction to 3D Technology by Anna Glyph
Anna Glyph TV is an interactive web site designed by Publitec (Herdecke, Germany), a company running under the "We create your images" motto.
As you can see here under, Anna Glyph presents a 5-parts tutorial about 3D : Basic Know-how, Projection, Monitors, Playback, and Content. Of course, the whole tutorial video is presented in high definition stereoscopic 3D you will be able to watch with guess what? Red/cyan anaglyph glasses!
Download the Free OS3D Final Cut Pro Plug-in
ONSIGHT (Pinewood Studios and London, UK) is a larger renting and production facility working from shoot to screen. As 3D stereoscopic pioneers, they have created an easy to use tool for 3D creative editing: OS 3D.
Using Final Cut Pro on Mac, this plugin is designed to simplify the process of preparing and editing with 3D stereoscopic files. Onsight's postproduction facilities manage a large amount of stereoscopic 3D rushes and have tried a number of approaches in dealing and managing files in a user friendly manner. OS 3D provides users with an intuitive way of working in stereoscopic 3D, be it with discrete left and right eye files or side by side, it allows you to make stereoscopic corrections and decisions during edit. They are offering the OS 3D plugin to everybody for free; follow the link here under and download it!
The Ships Still Sinks in 3D...
The New-York Times just published a few details directly from the mouth on the unsinkable James Cameron. The director insisted that the movie remains as it was back in 1997, except for the added dimension. "It ends the same way. The ship still sinks. Jack still dies. Oops, I hope I didn't spoil it," he said.
Titanic returns on the silver screen this Wednesday April 4, 2012 with the same cut as 15 years ago, but in glorious 3D!
April Fools' Day Stereoscopic Jokes
StereoscopyNews did a worldwide survey about stereoscopic jokes and the results are now ready to be published.
All stereographers are used to be asked "Why do you have two cameras ?" Best answers we collected (most on the Flickr Anaglyph discussion group):
- Where do you see two cameras? Are you drunk?
- I aways take two pictures in case one does not turn out.
- I am blind in one eye, so I hope this will compensate.
- It was 'Buy One Get One Free' at WalMart.
- I am working for a guy who left the AA.
- I am taking pictures for a divorced couple and each of them want his own pictures set.
- I couldn't afford a 12 megapixels cam, so I bought two with 6 instead.
- Please do not insult my robot by calling it two cameras.
Toshiba Spectacle: Experience one-eyed 3D so real, you'd think you were using both eyes!Read More
Toshiba revealed exactly one year ago a spectacular semi-autostereoscopic technology allowing 3D vision with one eye only (or 6D vision if you buy two 3D monocles). If you have not yet seen the Toshiba demo video, watch it here under.