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3D book wins 'longest title' award

Alphascript publishing releases in 2009 a nice book by John McBrewste with this incredible title:

"Stereoscopy: Head-mounted display, LCD shutter glasses, Anaglyph image, Autostereogram, Pulfrich effect, Lenticular printing, Stereopsis, Photogrammetry, ... Binocular vision, CIE 1931 color space". Expect to find it around 40 USD in the bookshops. Find it on Amazon here.


The 3D Film Festival : October 23rd-31st, 2009 in Orlando

The 3DFF web site presents lots of usefull stuff for those wanting to spend a 3D week in Orlando in October. The “3-D Film & Interactive Festival” will embark on a 25 city tour that will take place primarily in North America and Europe between September 2009 and June 2010. Known tour stops todate are ;

09.14.09 The 3-D Lounge Toronto featuring “The Hole” Premiere Party

09.16.09 3opolis: Hollywood’s First 3-D Nightclub

09.24.09 Fantastic Fest - Austin, TX

10.23.09 3DFF Space Coast - Cocoa Beach, FL

11.04.09 Orlando Film Festival

Submitting your own movie is possible up to October 1st, 2009.

How to reach 3DFF
3D Film & Interactive Festival
c/o 3D Wonderworld 
Attention: Submissions Coordinator 
29 Colonial Drive
Cocoa Beach, FL 32931, USA
415-448-2115 Phone
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Avatar Day reactions

On August 21st, 2009, many people had access to a 15 minutes sneak peek at Avatar in glorious 3D.

The Entertainment Weekly journalist was very excited: "Close, but no cigar!". Read the paper here. Another one is here.


The usual IMDB info for Avatar is 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.

The IMDB usual details are here.