Sochi in 3D
Omega, a Phantom slo-mo camera, and the 3D conversion wizards at PrimeFocus are commited to bring us a 90-second slice of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in glorious stereosocpic 3D.
Prime Focus has completed full post production including stereoscopic conversion on a film about speedskating for Omega, official timekeepers at the Sochi Winter Olympics. The film wa made by corporate producer Quite Frankly Productions.
Watch the 3D short here under (switching to 2D is possible too).
Sochi Speed Skating in 3D
OMEGA's timekeeping technology stars in this 3D speed skating video. The short film was originally shown to audiences at the OMEGA Pavilion in Sochi's Olympic Park during the 2014 Olympic Winter Games.
Quite Frankly Production:
- Director: Tim Frewer
- Producer (shoot): Adam Lyne/Claire Goodwillie
- Producer (edit): Lies Deneys
- VFX & CGI: Andy McNamara
- Lead 2D: Scott Simmonds
- Nuke: Alex Balmer
- Sterescopic conversion: Barry O’Brien
- Baselight grade: Tom Russell
- Post producer: Sara Beckman
- CGI Producer: Jules Pye