The Volfoni Upgrade Program provides special incentives for upgrading from legacy 3D hardware systems to Volfoni’s latest 3D hardware systems. The program recognizes the past investments that movie theater customers have made, and helps them to improve their operational efficiency by letting them easily and affordably replace outdated 3D systems. The manufacturers included in the program are MasterImage, Dolby and XpanD.
The 65-minutes long 3D stereoscopic film, a pure spectacle of image and sound, is similar to the work of the Lumière brothers or Thomas Edison; it’s a catch-all for the late 19th and early 20th century non-narrative works that captivated audiences for their sole ability to project everyday life with the illusion of movement. Prototype was shot with two GoPros and a FujiFilm Finepix REAL 3D W3.
In the spirit of the stunningly beautiful “Cave of Forgotten Dreams” comes the similarly striking “The Final Passage,” an immersive 3D exploration of the Chauvet-Pont d’Arc Cave in France. Offering a full view of the original cave using 3D models, special effects and what looks to be a single 28-minute shot as the camera traverses the ancient art and carvings of a civilization long gone [38,000 Years ago], the film provides a unique look at the rich past of the historic cave.
As organizing a 26-minute screening is not easy, the Centre national de la préhistoire is inserting the 3D movie in the "Journées du Patrimoine" event on September 16, 2017 in Périgueux, France.