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3D video - not just stereoscopic video but moving images that you can literally walk around - will need a different kind of camera.

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.

Blender: love it and/or hate it

Published in Business

Phil Rhodes has strong personal opinions about this powerful but unintuitive software

 We're getting tantalisingly close to crossing the uncanny valley - the chasm between what we can create with our very best CGI efforts and what we actually see in reality

Video mapping, 3D projection mapping, whatever you want to call it, the art form opens up new possibilities for video professionals.

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

Playable Tokyo 3D projection map

Published in Technology & Computing

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.

BBC turns away from 3D

Published in Studio & Broadcast

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”

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.

Graphics and design in animation

Published in Post & VFX

 We see a lot of excellent 3D work. Some of it is ultra-realistic, and some is incredibly stylised. It all depends on what the production calls for

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