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Back in January, 2011, Tim and Dan from OK Go performed a scene from Star Wars for a vaudeville-style comedy show in Hollywood. They played Darth Vader and Princess Leia live on stage, and all of the other characters were rear-projected in 3-D. Glasses were provided to the audience, and there was much laughter. Directed… [Continue Reading]
[HTML1] Shot with the GoPro 3-D camera kit, mounted on a custom built radio controlled mobile robot.
[HTML1] Jsmooth Meister Watches by Hunter Senftner Jsmooth knows what time it is, as he pops, glides, waves and finger tuts while sporting his limited edition Meister watch. Featured in Step up 3D and LXD, Jsmooth is a master in the zone that takes street dance beyond competition level. Checkout MeisterWatches.com for more premiere, limited… [Continue Reading]
[HTML1] “Whatever Happened to Ro-Man?” by Ray Zone Have you ever wondered where the star of the 1953 3-D movie “Robot Monster” is today? In a revealing interview with Phyllis Tucker (Heidi Fielek), Ro-Man (Eric Kurland) discusses some of his challenges and frustrations in attempting to secure roles as a working actor in Hollywood. Written… [Continue Reading]
[HTML1] “Report From Maker Faire 2010″ by Tom Koester
[HTML1] “Baroque Now – Bach’s Invention #13 for Recorder and Synthesizer” by Rik Panero This video was made in the open source 3D animation program Blender, making extensive use of its nifty “array modifier” feature. I’ve been making 3D occasionally since the late 1970s, first with a cardboard slider bar and my 110 film camera… [Continue Reading]
[HTML1] “The Santa Monica Pier in 3-D” by Stephen Les This was my first effort at shooting and editing in 3D. The Fuji W1 was an excellent option that allowed me to shoot simply, and start to learn the rules of 3D. I chose the pier because I felt there was a lot of movement… [Continue Reading]