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Stereoscopic 3D Music Video: Lord Scrummage – Lake Cheese

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.

For more information about Lord Scrummage visit their official website…

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First Person Roller-coaster Ride Shot on Stereoscopic 3D Video

July 17th, 2012 · 1 Comment · 3D Movies & Videos


Here is an interesting stereoscopic 3D POV video of a roller-coaster ride at the Linnanmäki theme park in Helsinki, Finland shot using two VIO POV HD Action Cameras mounted on the head. The audio was recorded with a separate set of binaural mikes and a Zoom recorder in order to create a more realistic experience (watch the video with headphones for best results) almost as if you are in the first seat of an actual roller-coaster ride. And aside from the video having a bit more separation at the bottom of the frame the 3D effect is really nice, so do take a “ride”.

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The Wheels of Harmony 3D Movie About Watchmakers in Switzerland

July 5th, 2012 · No Comments · 3D Movies & Videos


The Wheels of Harmony is a short 3D movie about watchmakers in Switzerland made by NVP 3D.

The region of Combiers (as it is called by its inhabitants) sitting on the high plateau above the Vaud plains, under the emblematic Vaulion Peak, is the fruit of a long peasant tradition. A keen eye for minutiae, an ability to give form and beauty to tiny objects, and inventiveness are the skills which led gradually to the Combiers’ reputation for excellent craftsmanship. Harvested from nature, music permeated the daily life of the people of Combiers, and has even infiltrated the mechanisms created by their hands. In the 19th century, the watchmakers of the Valley refined their knowhow, becoming masters of great complications, and set the standard for minute repetitions. At the Musée du Temps in Besançon, the most prestigious timepiece on exhibit is (also) from the Joux Valley, where its movement was created, while its decoration was applied in the Franche Comté. It bears witness to the fruitful collaboration between the Vaudois Jura and neighboring France which has continued to this day. Another brand born in the Joux Valley, Dubois Despraz embodies the high level of quality characteristic of the region. Patek Philippe, Vacheron Constantin, Blancpain, Romain Gauthier, are all brands anchored in the knowledge base of the Combiers. Watchmaking expertise, taught at the Technical school of the Joux Valley and substantiated in its production plants hails the future, spurred forward by inventiveness in quest of harmony.

For more short stereoscopic 3D movies from NVP 3D…

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