WingsMedia and Tiny Island Productions (Singapore) joining forces to build the “Starship MZ” brand at the 23rd Shanghai TV Festival.
Tiny Island Productions will adapt and expand their ‘Dream Defenders’ animated series for the China market with a TV series, feature film, comics and an augmented reality (AR) experience, all as part of WingsMedia’s hope to grow ‘Starship MZ’ properties into China’s Marvel Universe equivalent.
Google just launched the VR180 immersive video format: Same fun but half the bandwidth request on your internet connection. And VR180 will also support live streaming.
As the name suggests, VR180 halves the viewing angle, but improves on quality and also adds stereoscopic 3D into the mix. Production is a lot easier than with 360VR because you keep a lot of space off camera for ligthing, props, and of course the D.O.P. chair.
Watch one of the very first demos here under - in 3D with a compatible viewer!
Co-produced by Antwerp’s Cyborn 3D animation studio (“Ploey, You Never Fly Alone”), and produced by Martin Moszkowicz and Oliver Berben, “Dragon Rider” is the next big animation play by Constantin Film, one of Germany’s foremost film and TV production-distribution forces.
“Dragon Rider” is based on the bestselling novel by German writer Cornelia Funke and written by Johnny Smith, who penned the original screenplay and story for 2011’s “Gnomeo & Juliet.”
"If I'm going to do 3D, I'm going to do it the right way. Believe it or not, I think we are the only 3D movie being shot native this year." said Michael Bay about his last opus, "Transformers: The Last Knight" that will be released on June 21, 2017 in the US.
Technical premiere: "Transformers: The Last Knight" was shot with a 3D rig fitted with two Arri Alexa 65s to effectively create the stereoscopic footage for IMAX 3D instead of having to make adjustments in postproduction.