Ever wondered why you can’t use your RealD 3D glasses from the cinema at home with your regular TV? Or why your cardboard red and green specs don’t make a normal film appear 3D? Or why that girl from High School always ignored you no matter how hard you tried to impress?
Well I’m not sure we exactly answer all those questions but for a definitive guide to the crazy 2011 world of 3D Glasses and Stereoscopic Viewing Systems do head on over to The Stereoscopic 3D Channel on YouTube and check out The Definitive Guide to 3D Glasses and Stereoscopic Viewing Systems where you’ll find out all you ever wanted to know about 3d glasses but were afraid to ask.
The Stereoscopy News site has a short article on our Stereoscopic 3D Testbed Channel.
The Stereoscopic 3D Testbed Channel now has over 2000 3D videos ranging from basic tests through to completed shorts, animations, tutorials and much more. The best complete videos from this open group are included on the Stereoscopic 3D Channel on Vimeo.
Enhanced Dimensions has launched a new group for like minded stereographers on Vimeo. Our Stereoscopic 3D Channel TESTBED allows all member to upload their 3d stereoscopic tests, tutorials and completed videos. It also aims to offer a support area in the forums and a schedule of 3d related events.
Three of our stereo 3D animations appeared on Channel 4’s 3D Week user generated content montage. They used Dots, Holographic Kiosk and Fourth Dimension (Dark Version). If you would like to see probably the best quality version of this currently online do take a look at our Channel 4 3D TV Week showreel on Vimeo – the quality is stunning.
You can see Channel 4’s (rather poor quality) montage here.