ESPN, the Entertainment and Sports Programming Network owned by Disney, has announced the closure of it's dedicated 3D channel that it launched in 2010 citing lack of interest from viewers
Now that the BBC has said that it's not actively pursuing a 3D future any more, does Stereoscopic video have any future? Danny Boyle doesn't think so
New technology from 3D-4U Inc. makes its debut at Washington State University’s Martin Stadium. And it may be headed to a screen near you.
The BBC have announced they are going to “suspend 3D programming for an indefinite period due to a lack of public appetite for the technology”
Researchers at Hewlett Packards laboratories in California have demonstrated a prototype of a 3D display that needs no glasses and is small enough to be incorporated in a moble phone
Not only has The Foundry released a new version of its well-regarded 3D content creation application, MODO, but it has also announced a partnership deal with the MakerBot 3D printing platform.
Following on from our post about Microsofts Illumiroom technology it seems the BBC are also working on a technology to surround you with images
UK -based company releases complete suite of 2D and 3D 4K test material with software to convert into all formats
For some time, projection mapping has been a hot way for artists and advertisers to engage their audiences. Recently, the technology has gone interactive, as evidenced by a playable website called Tokyo City Symphony.
Phil Rhodes has strong personal opinions about this powerful but unintuitive software
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