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StereoscopyNews Issue #374


Issue #374
08 Nov 2016

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James Cameron Still Pushing Hard for 3D with the Next Avatar Movie

Interesting comment from James Cameron at the SMPTE today:  “I’m going to push. Not only for better tools, workflow, high dynamic range and high frame rates — the things we are working toward, I’m still very bullish on 3D, but we need brighter projection, and ultimately I think it can happen — with no glasses. We’ll get there.

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New patent granted to Apple for VR headset

Apple has been granted a new patent at the United States Patent and Trademark Office for a virtual reality device mount that it has been filing IP on since 2007, interestingly before Google Cardboard and similar schemes envisaged using smartphones as cut-price VR screens.

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How to 3D Print a Complete Pinball Machine

Tony the Pinball Wizard has designed and 3D printed an absolutely incredible full-sized pinball machine. Designing the machine took over 200 hours in CAD and over 1,200 hours of 3D printing (errors and false prints not included) on a home made 3D printer.

Tony used 8,500 meters of 3D printing filament of 85 diffrent types, colors, and sizes for its otherwide fairly traditional 1970’s layout.

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Intel Acquires Voke VR to Immerse you in VR Sports

Intel has acquired VOKE VR, a startup in immersive sports video experiences that counted the Sacramento Kings among its investors.

The core of VOKE’s business is a product it markets as TrueVR, which is based around a special stereoscopic camera that is used to record experiences, as well as software to then deliver it to various devices. 

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Digital Stereoscopy is written by Benoit Michel, StereoscopyNews editor. Digital Stereoscopy is the 350-page bible of modern 3D technologies in which students, amateur moviemakers, and professional stereographers will find a clear description of all facets of the stereoscopic business as well as detailed information on the 3D-image production, distribution, and presentation workflow.

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StereoscopyNews is edited by Benoit Michel, a Belgian new  technologies consultant. Follow him on, on FaceBook, or on Twitter.

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