I’m not sure if it’s the YouTube implementation of ColorCode processing or if it is ColorCode in general but I’ve been very disappointed with the results of our recent animations when viewed using the Channel 4 ColorCode glasses. In many cases the 3D effect is reduced considerably – in some cases completely removed!
Our development and testing is generally done using Red-Blue anaglyph with final testing on the GeForce 3D enabled Samsung screen and the results have always been fantastic with great depth in both the positive and negative paralax.
So please note if you are visiting our site and viewing our animations try to use Red/Blue anaglyph glasses for the optimal results.
Channel 4 as part of their 3D week have asked for the original HD files 8 of our 10 Stereoscopic 3D animations – this does not mean they will be transmitted but we’re keeping our fingers crossed. Please keep your fingers crossed too!
Channel 4 as the lead up to their 3D TV week in mid-November announced they were considering submissions from stereoscopic 3D creators for possible inclusion in their schedule. Bye bye weekend… anyway videos are done and uploaded just before the 17:00 deadline of course, if you want to see them all head over to our Enhanced Dimensions YouTube 3D Channel. Do feel free to comment/feedback and please do rate them. Time permitting we’ll upload a single showreel of all ten of the videos submitted soon.
Channel 4 invites viewers to put on their ColourCode 3D specs and celebrate Stereoscopic 3D TV.
This autumn, Channel 4 screens a season of programmes in 3D, the centrepiece of which is a two-part documentary series, The Queen in 3D. The series features remarkable three-dimensional footage, shot 56 years ago, which has lain almost untouched ever since.
Other highlights of the 3d season include Derren Brown’s 3D Magic Spectacular and The Greatest Ever 3D Moments.
The 3D glasses are to be distributed via Sainsbury’s stores prior to the launch of the 3D season scheduled for November 09.