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Verdon Secret 3D, the Movie will be Relesed in March 2016

For the first time, the Verdon Narrows (Gorges du Verdon, France) and its 1,000 feet cliffs will serve as the backdrop for a stereoscopic 3D movie. Principal photography is under way right now, and you may follow the day-by-day shooting progress on the movie web site. Verdon Secret is the common work of director François Bertrand and producer Jean-Marc Paris. François Bertrand has already directed several films and documentaries for Arte and France Télévisions, whose "I, Van Gogh" was the first iMax first film about an artist' life. Watch the trailer here under.

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Baikal, a Documentary in Native 3D 4K

«Baikal» documentary is an immersive experience plunging you into the awe-inspiring beauty of the ancient Siberian lake and endearing stories of the local people, whose hearts belong to it. The film is entirely produced in native stereoscopic 3D and 4K resolution.

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Enchanted Kingdom 3D

Enchanted Kingdom 3D was released in Germany  in 2013 but it opened in France only last week (under the "Nature 3D" title) and will be visible on other European countries in 2015.

The 87-minutes documentary Enchanted Kingdom 3D was presented at the 11th International Dubai Film Festival on December 10-17, 2014.

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Visit the ISS in Stereoscopic 3D

During Expedition 31 in 2012, NASA astronaut Don Pettit used a 3D camera to take viewers on a "floating" tour of the International Space Station. He pointed the camera outside the station portals as well to provide incredible images of the Russian Soyuz capsule docked to the station, the many trusses and solar panels extending from the various nodes, and of his home planet below.  The NASA Video is now available online

Note: You will need red-blue stereoscopic 3D vision glasses to view the video.

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