Filmora is a simple but powerful video editor for beginners. Download and test fro free; the licence costs $39.99 per year or $59.99 for a lifetime licence for one PC (Windows or Mac). Filmora will help you edit your stunning VR video with powerful editing tools. Unleash creativity with Hollywood effectsor use the advanced color tuning tools to make creative video. Various filter and overlay effects will allow you to touch up your videos before publishing (many effects packs are sold separately).
The 3DStereomedia professional conference is now called "Stereopsia". The conference takes place in Brussels, Belgium onTuesday and wednesday December 12-13, 2017. PCON starts on Tue 12 Dec at 11:00 am with a keynote presentation by Frank Rose (Columbia University, USA) titled “A new grammar of storytelling for the digital age”. This is followed by 1 ½ days covering various topics related to immersive media (3D, VR, AR, MR, XR,…).
The Acer AH101-D8EY Windows Mixed Reality 3D Headset and 2 Wireless Controller is available on line now for less than $500. It offers a dual screen 3D stereoscopic resolution of 1,440x1,440 pixels per eye and the images refresh 90 times per second. The two controllers include gyroscopes, magnetometers, and accelerometers for gesture recognition and there is B/W tracking camera. Windows 10 highly recommended!
Flying Lotus, DJ, rapper, and movie producer (Skinflick, Kuso), is crossiong North America on his 3D live tour before leaving for Europe. Expect tremendous, colorful, and psychedelic visuals including 3D graphics displayed on a big screen onstage enhancing the music and creating a mesmerizing experience that is difficult to accurately describe.
Aalongside the DVD and Blu-ray releases of Disney/Pixar’s Cars 3 is a Blu-ray 3D stereoscopic version. Interestingly, Disney has opted not to mirror the US and release an Ultra HD 4K Blu-ray edition, but to stick with 3D as its premium format for the release. But this is maybe one of the last survivors of the Blu-ray 3D age....
Whilst 3D continues to battle on in cinemas, there are signs that the 3D disc format is very slowly drying up.