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Underwater Ocean Circus Stereo 3D Trailer by Oliver Schindler

June 24th, 2010 · 13 Comments · 3D Movies & Videos


Oliver Schindler has published a stereoscopic 3D trailer of an upcoming movie called Ocean Circus 3D – Underwater Around the World and you are probably already getting an idea what the movie is about. There are some really impressive underwater scenes in 3D and even a few very nice pop-out effects that you will most definitely like. The trailer is 3 and a half minutes long and is in Side by Side format, 1080p half resolution (squashed), so you have to select 16:9 aspect ration when opening the video in the 3D Vision Video Player or the Stereoscopic Player. The Ocean Circus 3D Trailer is also available on YouTube 3D, so you can watch it online without having to download it, but the quality of the downloadable version is better. You can also visit the Unterwasserkameramuseum by Oliver Schindler for more information. And you are more than welcome to share your comments about the stereo 3D trailer if you download it and watch it…

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13 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Nafi // Jun 24, 2010 at 01:48

    Beautiful… This short film is just breathtaking. :D
    Thanks for this!

  • 2 Peter // Jun 24, 2010 at 08:52

    This is one of the best 3D videos I have ever seen. Absulutely stunning!

  • 3 StarKnight // Jun 24, 2010 at 10:51

    This trailer is absolutely AMAZING !!!

    Some scenes can even compete end overtake Avatar’s ones. Highly defined and with a surprisingly balanced depth level which makes them more enjoyable. Ghosting is almost completely absent.
    So far it’s the best 3D trailer I have ever seen and I bet if 3D TVs producers would use it in stores to advertise their appliances they would even convince more people of the possibilities of 3D stereo !

    If a Blu-Ray 3D of that documentary will ever come out I would surely buy it !

  • 4 Thomasjn // Jun 24, 2010 at 10:56

    Deffently gonna watch this when i get the 3D vision, ive got GTX480 now, and Acer GD245HQ, just need the 3D vision pack now :).

    Just a question, what settings do you guys use on youtube 3D?the 3D button has alot of options..

  • 5 Nafi // Jun 24, 2010 at 14:39

    I didn’t see any option in youtube that can be used for the 3D Vision…
    What I usually do is download the .flv file from there and then convert it to .avi (side by side format). This way I can use the NVIDIA 3D Vision Video Player to view it in 3D.

  • 6 mr. hu // Jun 24, 2010 at 16:06

    Very cool, but resolution could be way better, its blurry like hell.

  • 7 Bloody // Jun 24, 2010 at 21:08

    The video is squashed, so actually half horizontal resolution is used and this results in not so good quality as having full 1080p resolution for each eye.

    YouTube 3D still does not support 3D Vision, but that will most likely change very soon… or at least we can hope to.

  • 8 steve // Jun 25, 2010 at 00:07

    Thats some amazing footage! If it becomes avalible in a format i can use i’ll most definately buy it. :)

  • 9 DByte // Jun 25, 2010 at 01:18

    You can download youtube downloader and then download this in 1080p resolution and play it back with the steroscopic player
    Just set the aspect ratio to 16:9 and you have a perfect display.

  • 10 mick // Jun 26, 2010 at 09:53

    brilliant quality plays straight on 46inch samsung 3d led via usb stick

  • 11 Fillintheblank // Aug 15, 2010 at 06:26

    This is a great example of the 3D content that will be available soon. I have a Samsung 7 series 40″ 3dtv in my bedroom and have been converting 2D signal to 3D for my experience. However having true stereoscopic anaglyphs such as this provide a much more in depth experience and is the first time I have had an “image out of screen” experience with the tv.

    Big thanks to the poster.

  • 12 gordy // Nov 20, 2010 at 18:39

    Sorry to be the naysayer here… but the cameras are way too far apart in most shots.

    Watching a half hour or hour of this would give many people a headache. Folks, side by side rigs are severely limited. This is the kind of 3D that will damage mainstream acceptance.

    Producers– you need to adhere to good 3D guidelines like those put out by BSkyB.

  • 13 Frank // Feb 7, 2012 at 09:45

    You can watch a some of this with NVIDIA 3d vision at http://www.3dvisionlive.com

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