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Stereoscopy News Newsletter Issue #2

Issue # 02           1  Sep 2009

Stereoscopy News is releasing its first newsletter

The StereoscopyNews Newletter is born. We expect to publish a one-page newsletter and distribute it by email to our subscribers every week.
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Foreword from the editor

Anybody may register for free. Just browse our website at www.stereoscopynews.comand subscribe. Our audience is actually quite small but we are expecting a steady growth in the next months. So, spread the word !
StereoscopyNews is published by Benoit Michel SNC, a Belgian consultant company working in the audiovisual sector. Information is everywhere and on the web. But Googling all possible sources is tiresome. So, why not just read the Stereoscopy Newsletter and reach the latest info about 3D? Most of our posted news are very short: one or two sentences usually followed by a link to an external website where
extensive in formation is given. All published news will stay available on our web site. A 'Hot News' menu with many categories gives access to the news in a classical Blog format.

Avatar Trailer and photos released

The official Avatar website released the first pictures and the first trailer of the expected 3D movie by James Cameron. The first AVATAR trailer is now online (in 2D). Watch it on YouTube here.

X Games 3D
X-Games: the Movie is a long demo reel of spectacular extreme tricks by Travis Pastrana and his firends, but don't look here for a thrilling scenario. Entertainment Weekly has only moderately appreciated. See their paper here.
XDC is moving to the new Pole Image de Liege !
XDC is the leading D-Cinema service company in Europe and the one delivering the largest number of 3D movies to theatres. Located in the center of Liège, Belgium, and close to the futuristic new Media Citédesigned by Calatrava, the well known architect, the Pôle Image de Liège is the new location of several cinema companies and studios.

Read the XDC press release here.

wo new Hyundai 3D Screens

W220S and W240S are the names of the two new Hyundai 3D enabled screens. 22 and 24 inches respectively, they looks like standard 2D monitors but are 3D ready (polarized glasses needed). Retail price for the 22 inches is expected around 590€. S ee the details on www.ubergizmo.com here or read the paper in French here on Tom's hardware.

Hyundai-W220S-W240S

A 3D Yellow Submarine in 2012 ?

Disney and director Robert Zemeckis are negotiating to remake “Yellow Submarine,” the 1968 psychedelic animated film based on the music of The Beatles. Read the details here in Variety.

A french paper on 3D Beatles in 2012 is here.

3D Hamlet musical is in the works

Mark Thomas of Elsinore Films is producing a 3-D musical "Hamlet" targeting the "Harry Potter" and "High School Musical" markets altogether.Hamlet in 3D promises that the "latest 3D technology brings added excitement to cinema audiences: a ghost that hovers in front of your eyes, cannon-fire that flies into the auditorium and a final sword-fight that seems to literally be all around you"? Six Shakespeare movies will be shot in this 3D series, reports Variety in this paper. Read also  the Paste Magazine paper here.
Panasonic surfs on the Avatar wave
Panasonic, the electronics manufacturer has been focusing on bringing 3-D technology into homes for awhile now. In 2010, Panasonic hopes to release a stereoscopic 3-D plasma home theater system that will replicate the experience of going to an actual movie theater with special TVs and Blu-Ray players. Avatar could be the first film released on Blu-Ray disc. Paste Magazine just reported the Panasonic-James Cameron ad venture. Read it here.

A newpaper in french on the Panasonic-Cameron association is published in La presse Canadienne. Read it here.

 


 

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