Recent Posts tagged with anaglyph

3D: The Next Big Thing?

The annual Tech Retreat of the Hollywood Post Alliance (HPA) is where many new technologies get introduced. Sony reportedly “introduced” its F65 camera and SR-memory technologies at this year’s exhibition of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) in Las Vegas in April; more than a year earlier, both were described for HPA Tech Retreat attendees. […]  More

More Than You Ever Wanted To Know About 3D

This is a slightly expanded version of a presentation at the presentation given  on November 4, 2010 during the Public Broadcasting Quality Workshops, WGBH, Boston, MA. PLEASE VIEW IN SLIDE SHOW MODE TO ACTIVATE AUDIO Files: PPT: http://www.sportsvideo.org/new/wp-content/uploads-schubin/2010/11/PBQG_WGBH_Nov4_2010_3D_Expanded_Part1.pptx (Part 1) (This file has been revised for better PPT Viewer compatibility) PPT: http://www.sportsvideo.org/new/wp-content/uploads-schubin/2010/11/PBQG_WGBH_Nov4_2010_3D_Expanded_Part2.pptx (Part 2) (This file has been […]  More

This Thing Called 3D

It has been a heck of a month for 3D announcements.  Comcast carried The Final Destination in 3D on the day of its DVD release. The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) seemed all about 3D.  The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) issued a report on 3D TV.  The program recently posted for next month’s Hollywood Post Alliance […]  More

Comcast Has Big Plans for 3D

Comcast will aim to become the biggest 3D-programming provider in the country, according to Derek Harrar, SVP and GM of video services for the cable provider. Comcast currently offers anaglyph 3D versions of the movie The Final Destination on demand (in both SD and HD) and has placed a major focus on developing it 3D […]  More

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