In this 23-minute video course in our latest issue, Jason Harding dissects the technical aspects of stereo production and shows how you can take control of the process
Contents for the latest issue of 3D World (170): FMX 2013 roundup; CG animal techniques; video tutorial on Stereo 3D; better vehicle renders and more!
Cameron spoke at IBC about 3D on TV, value for money and the future of 3D at the movies
Today, Maxon has announced an upgrade to its modelling, animation and rendering platform Cinema 4D with a huge range of new features
The latest release of the GPU-accelerated renderer features enhanced support for real-time depth of field and motion blur
Take a look at the design studio’s approach to the main title sequence for Green Lantern
A week is a long time in the CG industry… bring yourself up to date with 3D World’s round-up of news from the last seven days
3D technology company Nvidia has announced at NAB that its 3D Vision video player technology will be made available for free to web developers
The Blu-ray Disc Association reveals that Blu-ray 3D is more engaging than standard Blu-ray and DVD formats
3D World talks to Blitz Games Studios’ Andrew Oliver and Aaron Allport, who share their expert stereoscopic 3D console gaming tips
Autodesk has revealed a series of new features in its creative finishing software for film, TV and commercial post production
Digital artists have until 30 June 2011 to submit 3D, visual effects and interactive media work to the animago Award
Effects boutique Brickyard VFX has recreated iconic elements of Disney’s Alice in Wonderland in a new spot that celebrates both the film’s Blu-Ray release and Sony’s new 3D TVs.
There have been some great examples of stereo 3D in the latest push over the last couple of years, but when done badly – especially during a conversion, it can make users feel sick.
Sky’s director of TV product development Brian Lenz says investment in the art of 3D is “essential” following the launch of Advanced 3D – The National Stereoscopic 3D Training Programme.