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Toshiba launch 4K Televisions in UK

Published in Technology

Toshiba have announced a range of 3 new Televisions which all feature a 4K display and 3D capability

How do the BBC election graphics work?

Published in Technology

The BBC have put online a simple little video explaining how their election graphics work, or sometimes don't 

Blender pulls a rabbit out of the hat

Published in Technology

Ever wondered how far you could go with Open Source software? 

Think you don't need 3D? Watch this!

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Sometimes - and especially with sports action shots - however remarkable the footage, it just doesn't feel you you're there!

UK -based company releases complete suite of 2D and 3D 4K test material with software to convert into all formats

Scottish uni pioneers long distance 3D capture

Published in Technology

A team of physicists from the Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh has developed a laser-based technology that can take millimetre-precise 3D images up to a kilometre away from an object.

Pixels are dead. Long live Voxels.

Published in Technology

If you’re getting bored with the daily diet of 4K, 48FPS and stereoscopic announcements (and I hasten to add that I’m not!), then here’s something that might at raise at least one eyebrow by a degree or two.

It’s Volumetric Video.

Why is 24p so good? Here's a new theory

Published in Technology

We've talked about high frame rates before, and why they look "too real".  Now, Redshark contributor Fanjan has a new, fascinating and plausible theory

ESPN announce closure of 3D channel

Published in Business

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

Playable Tokyo 3D projection map

Published in Technology

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.

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