Tuurngait is a 06-minute long stereoscopic 3D short movie worth watching published today on YouTube.
Tuurngait was produced by a group of five students during one year and a half to create their graduation film at Supinfocom Arles (South of France). It was screened in more than 50 film festivals around the world during the past two years, earning 9 awards in the process (including Winner in the" 3D Stereoscopic" category of BeFilm 2012).
Tuurngait in 3D
Note that now YouTube switched to HTML5 by default, opening this video in full screen with Firefox will display it directly in 3D if your screen is 3D stereo compatible. So, if you have Nvidia 3D Vision installed. do not forget to authorize "3D Stereoscopic" in your Nividia control panel. The alternative way is to download the video on your hard disk and watch it with StereoscopicPlayer.
Young but Talented
The authors of Tuurngait are Paul-Emile Boucher, Rémy Dupont, Benjamin Flouw, Mickael Riccioti, and Alexandre Toufaili.
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The BeFilm Underground Film Festival will be back with its 3D Stereoscopic category in April 2014. Deadline to submit your short is February 1st, 2014.
We added Tuurngait to our list of "3D Movie Trailers"- Scroll to Page 6 or so...
Source: SupInfoCom Arles.