3X3D, a 3D Stereoscopic Feature from Jean-Luc Godard, Peter Greenaway, and Edgar Pera
Rodrigo Areias (Fundaçao Cidade de Guimaraes, Portugal) will produce an innovative stereoscopic 3D feature film made of three humoristic short movies. Actually in postproduction, the movie is supposed to be ready for the Cannes Festival in May.
The Three Disasters by Jean-Luc Godard, a short film about the historical memory of the 3D.
Just in Time One by Peter Greenaway where space is crossed by various layers of time; 900 years of compiled history.
Cinesapiens by Edgar Pera is a short history of the Cinema viewer, from the cave to silent cinema, through sound to colour and from stereoscopic 3D to holocinema.
Chrysocolla, an abstract 3D project by Ivan Yew
Ivan Yew is a multi-disciplinary designer living in Singapore and working with a spectrum of skill set including concept development, printed media, installations, animated art and delivering unconventionally beautiful and creative artwork.
"Chrysocolla" is a project that looks into the concept of Water element through stereoscopic animation, and using that as the basis for exploring and generating a wide range of motifs or patterns. This project also aims at the possibilities of bringing stereo imaging as a visual art form to a wider audience, putting the whole context of stereoscopy into an artistic aspect.
3D on a North Sea Oil Rig
Work will start in 2013 to upgrade the Energy Exploration displays at Aberdeen (UK) Maritime Museum. The museum will close for two weeks from January 7, 2013 to January 22, 2013 although the work will continue until the new displays will be completed in the spring. The work saw the Education Suite completely refurbished thanks to sponsorship from Maersk Oil North Sea UK, and a 10-minutes 3D steroscopic film tour of the Tern Alpha platform provided by oil firm TAQA.
"Wheels of Harmony", a Short 3D Movie to Watch
The 12 minutes 30 "Wheels of Harmony" film lets you discover the Espace Horloger of Vallée de Joux, Switzerland, the homeland of many prestigious watchmakers such as Patek Philippe. Watch the film here under!