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3D Video on Demand – Is there a demand?

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By Andrew Murchie, Stereographer Finding a market for independently produced 3D content is challenging; entry level requirements for delivering to 3D broadcast quality standards requires that you invest in high-end stereoscopic equipment along with hiring an equally high-end team to [more...]

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After The Smoke Clears at NAB 2013

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By Al Caudullo, 3DGuy.tv NAB 2013 was a tour de force of 4K bliss. Leading the pack was Sony with its 4K alter high-definition experience; the new XBR – 55X 900A, a 55 inch and the XDR 65X 900A, a [more...]

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When the Internet Goes 3D

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By Laurence Cruz A look at the future of 3D Internet: expanding into education, business, medicine and beyond. The Internet is having a mid-life crisis: Having just turned 40, it’s starting to go 3D. The transition is still in its [more...]

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The Hobbit & The Dawn of High Frame Rate Cinema

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By Debra Kaufman, Creative COW Magazine Sony Imageworks 3D supervisor Rob Engle saw a screening of The Hobbit in HFR (High Frame Rate) 3D just days before the U.S. premiere. “I was astounded by one scene in Bilbo’s home, early [more...]

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High Frame Rate Technology Overview for Exhibitors

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By Christie Background A hand-cranked history Frame rate refers to the number of images displayed by a projector within one second. In the early days of cinema, silent movies were shot by hand-cranked cameras at frame rates of anywhere from [more...]

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Getting Ready for High Frame Rates in Digital Cinema

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By Tom Bert, Product Marketing Manager Barco Introduction The digitization of cinema projection started around the year 2000. Since then, multiple forces and sources have both accelerated and decelerated the conversion. For example, the release of Avatar, the most popular [more...]

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EDCF Technical Support Group White Paper on High Frame Rates

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By EDCF Technical Support Group Background The initial requirement from DCI was to support a 2K frame Rate of 24 frames per second or 48 frames per second (thereafter called fps). For 4K systems the frame rate was set at [more...]

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3DTV: The Industry’s Challenges, Your Opportunities

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By Al Caudullo, 3DGuy Productions 3D is NOT the Pot of Gold at the End of the Rainbow. For many, this statement could be heresy — but for most, it is just reality. When 3D first returned to the scene [more...]

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Show Preview: A Round-Up of Stereoscopic 3D Features at IBC 2012

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Edited by Stella Plumbridge, 3Droundabout (Content provided by IBC) In an industry that is constantly changing and evolving IBC provides an essential guide to the latest technologies, business models and innovations at the forefront of electronic media and entertainment. From [more...]

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Technology: 3D Standards Conversion Using the Snell Alchemist Ph.C-HD

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By Paola Hobson, Snell Although it might be a few years away from widespread, commercial adoption, 3D broadcasting is upon us. With each season, a new batch of 3D cinema titles draws excited moviegoers who are gradually warming up to [more...]

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