500,000+ views of our videos on YouTube and Vimeo Channels! Wow, what can I say, wow. Thanks to everyone who’s watched, subscribed and/or fedback on our 3D videos over the last year it’s been astounding to say the least.
Enhanced Dimensions went from a standing start last September with a couple of test 3D videos to go on to an amazing level of success. In the last year we’ve way exceeded expectations and have thoroughly enjoyed doing so. Admittedly far from shy about boasting about the achievements I thought I’d give a little recap of how well Enhanced Dimensions has done in 12 months.
Here’s the highlight (hope I don’t miss any):
…stay tuned though we’ve plenty more where that came from.
We’ve also released a whole heap of Stereo 3D Training Videos that can be seen on our “3D in a Nutshell” Page. These include videos on:
And don’t forget our Stereoscopic 3D Channel that runs on YouTube, Vimeo and Dailymotion that has in total received:
- Now over 500,000 views of our videos
- Over 1000 subscribers
- A fantastic level of positive feedback
The big question is after a first year like that how do we top it? Stay with us for 2011 and see…
I spent a few interesting hours over the weekend on the set of Electric Man, and although it’s a 2D film I’m still thrilled to be involved!
On Friday the scene we were shooting was set at a small scale comic convention where the whole crazy plot really kicks off. This was shot in Bristo Hall above the Forest Cafe in Bristo Place in central Edinburgh. What surprised me most was the scale of the venture on the day (considering the miniscule budget) – at a guess there wer over 50 people with actors, extras and the crew all carefully choreographed and working away to get through the various shots required. The extras were really good fun with an interesting mix of comic book geeks, film and TV students and other assembled friends and family. I got to “perform” as a comic book stall holder – although I must admit to being more comfortable behind the scenes as opposed to in front of the camera.
The next stage for my involvement will be the title sequence which we are currently in the process of animating based on an original comic book that has been created as a promotional item for the film.
Keep your eyes peeled for more on Electric Man the movie coming soon.
THIS OFFER ENDED DECEMBER 2010.
To celebrate the launch of our very first 3d music video Enhanced Dimensions has got a music themed competition running to the end of August 2010.
The fantastic prize pack up for grabs includes:
- Hannah Montana’s “Best of Both Worlds Concert” DVD in glorious 3D with a limited edition 3D cover (also featuring The Jonas Brothers)
- A pair of our cool plastic framed anaglyph glasses
- “Gloria (The Death of Me)” 3D music video on DVD with additional 3D glasses – not available anywhere else!
To stand a chance of winning these fantastic 3d prizes you need to check out our music video over on YouTube and give us the answer to the following question:
- What is written on the front of the drum kit in the video “Gloria (The Death of Me)”?
Email your answers to email@example.com no later than midnight on 31st August for a chance to win this unique prize pack.
Wow – a big thank you to everyone over the past few months for visiting and/or subscribing to our Stereoscopic 3D Video Channel on YouTube, we’ve been overwhelmed with the amazing level of interest and great feedback we’ve received for our short 3D films from visitors all around the world.
We’re really proud to announce we’ve had over 150,000 video views plus we’ve got a phenomenal 500 subscribers!
And some viewers comments are just too kind:
- WOW ur 3D effects are Awesome …
- your titles are great! Really nice work
- wow this is awsome! I want AfterFX to 🙁
- This looks so cool!!
I did have a couple of less positive ones so to keep my karma balanced:
- that was absolutly crap, someone else should show you a tutorial, Sony perhaps?
- hmmm its ok
Do please keep coming and watching our videos, and if you like them do comment and pass on to a friend. And don’t forget to take us up on our free 3d glasses for YouTube subscribers offer – check out the 3d products page for more info.
Wouldn’t it be great to have a funky pair or two of the solid plastic framed 3D glasses for long term use? Well here’s another fantastic offer. Just subscribe to our YouTube or Vimeo 3D Channel and you can grab two pairs of these great glasses for a measly £4.89 + P&P (UK & Europe Only)
More details of our 3d glasses offers here…