Volvo Crash Tests Shot in 3D at 1000 fps
Volvo crash dummies are busy these days and production company REZQ ( Gothenburg, Sweden) filmed the action in super slow motion HD3D at 1,000 frames/second. The impressive resulting video is now available on YouTube in HD3D.
"Splash" is a one minute HD stereoscopic 3D movie done with the Panasonic AG3D1A, several GoPro 3D Hero rigs, and one Fuji W3 .Splash was shot as test material for red-cyan anaglyph conversion, hence the choice of a yellow car and a green-brown forest background in order to minimize color-induced retinal rivalry.
Editing was done by Claude Oury with Grass Valley Edius.
The final edit uploaded to YouTube is a side-by-side 16:9 horizontally squashed .mov file at 32Mbps (242 Mbytes for one minute).
Fuji W1 test video
Test movie from StereoscopyNews shot at Pailhe, Belgium with the FUJI W1 still camera in 3D video mode (640x480), edited with StereoMovieMaker and Grass Valley Edius Neo. The video is hosted in 3D here on YouTube.
Interaxial distance is the native 70mm from the Fuji W1. Soundtrack : "Ya-Ta-Hey" by Gosett's Piano with authorization of the author.
Fuji W1 and Tachyon 3D cameras test in flight
This test was shot at the "Club Royal Petite Aviation Liegeoise" in Belgium in April 2010 with 2 Tachyon XC cameras attached to the wings of a BARON model airplane. Interocular distance is 600 mm. The video is here in 3D on YouTube.
Ground shots were done with the FUJI W1 stereoscopic camera by the StereoscopyNews team.
Cutting done on GrassValley Edius Neo. Stereoscopic correction done with StereoMovieMaker.