Dino Safari 3D
nWave Pictures new stereoscopic adventure simulation "Dino Safari 3D" is an immersive 3D short for theme parks. The 4-minute 3D experience is available for distribution exclusively from nWave and will premiere at attractions and theme parks this year.
Another nWave production, "Galapagos: Nature's Wonderland" will be premiering internationally in stereoscopic 3D starting this weekend and will be making its Asian debut at the Beijing Film Festival in April 2014.
The Dino Safari 3D Story
Welcome to Dino Safari! Get onboard your jeep and enjoy a unique tour of our dinosaur reserve. You'll get within touching distance of a giant Diplodocus and the ferocious T-Rex as you travel through our jungle. But when disaster strikes and we have a major security breach… chaos reigns. Who will escape: you or the dinosaurs? Remember, keep your arms inside the vehicle at all times!
nWave Pictures Ride Films
nWave Pictures is a pioneer in the use of computer technology for the production of ride films. Combining computer generated imagery (CGI) with live action filmmaking, nWave Pictures is on the forefront of the ride simulation industry.
Today, nWave Pictures have the largest library of independently produced 2D and stereoscopic 3D ride films. They are available in most film and video formats from 8 perf. and 5 perf. 70mm to standard video and HD formats. With nWave Pictures, the industry's leading independent distributor of ride films in all formats, simulator operators no longer need to solely depend on the venue’s ride simulator manufacturer for content.
Earlier collaborations with Red Star include "The Good, The Bad and A Horse," "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" (2012) and "Sherlock Holmes" (2013)."
For more details, visit nWave Pictures. http://www.nwave.com/films/2d-3d-ride-films
nWave Pictures Distribution Explores the Enchanted Galapagos Islands in New 3D IMAX Theatre Film "Galapagos: Nature's Wonderland" written by David Attenborough and produced by Anthony Geffen to be launched on February 10, 2014 at Montreal Science Center's IMAX TELUS Cinema, Houston Museum of Natural Science and Tycho Brahe Planetarium in Copenhagen.
The 40-minute film is scheduled to premiere at the following theaters this spring:
- February 8: Tycho Brahe Planetariet, Copenhagen (Denmark)
- February 10: Montreal Science Center's IMAX(r) TELUS 3D Cinema, Montreal QC (Canada)
- February 15: Houston Museum of Natural Science, Houston TX (USA)
- March 14: Planetario Alfa, Garza Garcia/Monterrey (Mexico)
- March 30: Malecon 2000 Foundation IMAX(r) Theatre, Guayaquil (Ecuador)
- May 24: Tennessee Aquarium IMAX(r) 3D Theatre, Chattanooga TN (USA)
- May 24: Moody Gardens MG 3D Theatre, Galveston TX (USA)
"Galapagos: Nature's Wonderland" was filmed on location over a ten-month period, followed by five months of post-production.
Using breakthrough lightweight digital 3D stereoscopic filmmaking technologies and featuring 4K ultra-high resolution imagery, the producers have brought the extraordinary world of the Galapagos to the giant screen in a way that has not been possible before. The Galapagos Islands are governed by Ecuador and lie some 600 miles (966 Km) from the coast of South America.
Read our September 2013 paper about Galapagos 3D.