CG Today - Stereoscopic News

Dimensional Optics, a market leader in the development of Active and Passive 3D eyewear for the cinema, television and gaming industries, announces the introduction of 3ACTIVE 3D Glasses for Kids and Young Adults.

3Active 3D Glasses by Dimensional OpticsAs more and more consumers are enjoying 3D television content at home with their families, the need for high quality active shutter 3D glasses for kids and young adults is essential.

PassmoreLab Teams with Linkin ParkPassmoreLab, the San Diego based 3D production and 3D post house, has again teamed up with Grammy-Award winning, Linkin Park and Warner Bros. Records, to announce the release of the bandʼs latest music video, Iridescent in stereoscopic 3D. The song plays during the end credits of the number one box office film, 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon.' The 3D music video will play in select independent theaters worldwide at the end of the movie.

Panasonic AG-3DA1 at NASAOpening up a new dimension for 3D, Panasonic’s AG-3DA1 Full HD 3D camcorder is headed to space to document the International Space Station on the final mission of the NASA Space Shuttle. This is the ultimate flight of the shuttle Atlantis, its 33rd flight, and the 135th mission of the Space Shuttle Program.

Prime Focus converted over 230 2D to 3D shots for the film Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Prime Focus has converted over 230 shots into stunning 3D for the much anticipated Paramount Pictures stereoscopic release 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon'. The film is directed by Michael Bay and stars Shia LeBeouf, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Tyrese Gibson.

DGA and Editors Guild Join the International Cinematographers Guild and Sony in Effort to Spread the Creation of High-Quality 3D

Sony 3D Technology Center announces today the expansion of its 3D Master ClassSony 3D Technology Center today announced that it is expanding its 3D Master Class, which offers professional training in the tools and techniques for making 3D content, in collaboration with the Directors Guild of America and the Motion Pictures Editors Guild. The two guilds join the International Cinematographers Guild in offering member training opportunities at the Sony Pictures Studios facility, which is run by Sony Corporation of America.