The American punk group Downtown Struts has released their first stereoscopic 3D music video for their single called “Lost In America”. The interesting thing about the video is that it has been shot using GoPro cameras and a GoPro 3D HERO adapter to get the 3D video while being on tour and the result has turned out quite good. You are welcome to share your feedback after watching the video…
August 18th, 2012 · No Comments · 3D Movies & Videos
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Here is another stereoscopic 3D music video from The Simple Carnival, this time for their new song “Tornado” from the upcoming music video movie Smitten 3D. The interesting thing here is that the whole video was created with black construction paper, a pen knife, and acrylic paint on paper and it has turned quite nice. You can check their other 3D music video already featured here on the blog a while ago The Simple Carnival – Everything That Grownups Know. As usual leave your comments about the video after watching it.
July 18th, 2012 · 1 Comment · 3D Movies & Videos
The Detroit music band Lord Scrummage has released a stereoscopic 3D music video for the song “Lake Cheese” from their upcoming album called “The future is here”. The video was directed by Jacob Hurwitz-Goodman and produced by Giant Eel Productions and is available on YouTube in 3D format (embedded above). The video tells a story that is based off of the life of Moondog, a blind American composer who lived on the streets for much of his life. The “Moondog” character has his song stolen by an impostor “Moondog,” and the song becomes a success. The song is both lyrically and musically inspired by Moondog and his life experience and the song includes a saxophone melody that was sampled from his song “Paris.” Lord Scrummage is Alex Lauer, Dave Rosman, Conor Edwards, and Bill Power. If you watch the 3D music video feel free to share your feedback about it.