The Scorpions Live Concert on Blu-ray 3D
The ‘Get Your Sting & Blackout – Live in 3D’ Blu-ray 3D features The Scopions’s April 15, 2011 concert in Saarbrücken (Germany). But this is not just another audiovisual document of a live concert. State fo the art stereoscopy3D technology was used, with 11 cameras, 5.1 Surround and stereo sound fully capturing the Scorps’ onstage energy!
From One Direction to Three Dimensions
It seems that the One Direction boyband has joined the likes of Katy Perry and Justin Bieber in what is becoming a stereoscopic 3D subcategory on its own – 3D celeb films!
Recent reports have suggested that teenage heart-throbs Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Zayn Malik, Niall Horan as well as Liam Payne were positive and “excited” about the idea of having their own 3D movie. Now the band needs to decide what this stereoscopic splendour is going to be about – a music concert, documentary about their day-to-day activities or a fictional comedy flick, similar to what the Monkees have done...
The 1D stereoscopic movie, due out November 8, 2013, will go head-to-head at the box office with comic book sequel "Thor 2." Sources say each of the five boys may bag some 15 million$.
Katy Perry Part Of Me 3D
Paramount's new trailer for the Katy Perry: Part Of Me concert 3D stereoscopic movie has landed. There will be lots of songs, of course, and the cobalt-tressed singer promises eye-popping 3D sequences: "The word 'cheap' was not in the vocabulary. Hello — it's 3D. You're going to get hit with a lot of sh**."
Katy Perry: Part Of Me will be relased on July 5, 2012 by Paramount.
Sensational Swan Lake 3D Down Under
About the recently releases Swan Lake 3D
, The Arts Desk said
‘With 3D the magic of space in dance is released from the bottle.
and that may be true as theatres were nearly fully booked where it has already been released. Next month (May 5, 2012), Australia will discover the stereoscopic Swan Lake
(we have a nice trailer here under).
Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake
When it premiered at Sadler’s Wells in 1995, Matthew Bourne’s triumphant re–interpretation of Swan Lake turned tradition upside down, taking the dance world by storm. The iconic production, perhaps best–known for replacing the traditional female corps de ballet with a menacing male ensemble, was filmed in stereoscopic 3D at Sadler’s Wells, London in 2011.
The stellar cast includes the magnificent Richard Winsor as the lead Swan/Stranger, Dominic North as The Prince and Nina Goldman as The Queen. Fantastically the filming in stereoscopic 3D creates an illusion of space around the dancers, drawing us as the audience onto the stage and bringing a dramatic realism to the story.