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Cease Fire 3D -Shot Live in 1953 in Korea- Is Available Again

Cease Fire (1953) is an unusual and even unique big studio feature from Paramount. Beyond its excellent use of stereoscopic 3D and stereo sound, Cease Fire is a semi-documentary depiction of the last days of the Korean War, shot on real battlefield locations, using real soldiers, more or less playing themselves, firing real ammunition. Watch the trailer here under.

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The Focus is on 3D Storytelling at Stereopsia 2017

The question of storytelling and corresponding grammar comes up each time a new form of immersive media sees the day of light. This was the case for stereoscopic 3D, and, without surprise, this is now the case for all currently-hot forms of immersive media, such as VR, AR, MR, XR, and 360°, all preferably with a touch of 3D to spice them up.

At Stereopsia's Professional conference (PCON), the "story” will begin with keynote speaker Frank Rose (Columbia University, USA) on “A new grammar of storytelling for the digital age”.

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VR History Milestones revealed

Do you know Sensorama (1957)? Or the super-cockpit (1970) pictured here under? Sensorama is a the grand-grand-father of the Oculus Rift. The big wooden cabinet invented ni the fifties weighted some 200 pounds included fans to send wind in your hair, smell, and stereo sound! The second is a flight simulator project developed for the US army. Discover the first VR helmed (1968) from Ivan Sutherland in video here under.

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