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YouTube 3D new 3D interface

YouTube developed a 3D interface last year. The "3D" menu at the bottom of the video is there to choose between the various 3D flavors. Now, instead of choosing your preferences each time in a scroll-down list, you get a sleecker interface which keeps your preferences in memory for the next time. The menu is smaller and friendlier, too.


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3D web sites, anyone ?

General 3D (Germany) announced this week the world's first web-based 3D stereoscopic system to stream 3D videos using only a browser. This new system uses the HTML5 and WebGL standards being built into Mozilla FireFox, Google Chrome and Apple Safari.  The new 3DFeed web site is already online; prepare your 3D glasses and launch your Firefox browser (actually the very new BETA 6 version is needed, other browsers to follow soon).


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Reallusion iClone 4 Contest

At $80 for the standard version, iClone4 is a software that lets you create 3D cinema using virtual characters… with a twist. Rather than just outputting your creations to YouTube for chuckles, you can actually render it in true stereoscopic 3D! Reallusion is offering a free copy of iClone4 to the writer of the best 3D movie idea.


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The history of 3D movies

This five parts paper from by Jesse Schedeen in IGN Gear is a very interesting description of 100 years of 3D history, from the first 3D patent in the 19th century to 3D autostereoscopic cell phones.


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3D Magic Show in Tunisia

Even in remote African coutries, 3D is percolating to the end users: 3D Magic Show is a small company (in Tunis, Tunisia) proposing anaglyph movies and photo birthday parties.


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