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The 3D Samurai New S3D Video of Las Vegas’ Bellagio Fountains at Night

February 24th, 2010 · No Comments · 3D Movies & Videos


The guys from Explore Media Group are very active lately and they shared yet another stereoscopic 3D video of the infamous Bellagio Fountain display shot in Las Vegas. This is the second video they release, filmed in the evening following a long day at CES 2010 that shows the difficulty of shooting 3D at night time. Although it is not overtly 3D, it offers a subtle 3D experience and the depth is more than visible on the waters edges, still looking quite impressive. The video in a Side by Side HD format that you can watch in 3D Vision stereoscopic player of the Stereoscopic Player, just don’t forget to select Side by Side format and manually set the 16:9 aspect ration in the player. There is an HD version of the video available on YouTube 3D, so you can also watch it there with a pair of anaglyph glasses or any other of the 3D systems that the service currently supports, but for best quality you better download the video. You can also go to the 3DGuy website for some interesting things related to stereoscopic 3D and as usual please don’t forget to leave your comments if you watch the video…

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The 3D Samurai New S3D Video from Las Vegas at Night

February 19th, 2010 · No Comments · 3D Movies & Videos


The guys from Explore Media Group were kind enough to share yet another short stereoscopic 3D video, this time shot at Night at Las Vegas. Las Vegas 3D Nights video was recorded in the evenings after CES 2010 to demonstrate the difficulty of shooting 3D at night, as the dark sky makes it hard to give the impression of depth, which is pretty important to 3D. As with the previous videos this one is also in a Side by Side HD format that you can watch in 3D Vision stereoscopic player of the Stereoscopic Player, just don’t forget to select Side by Side format and manually set the 16:9 aspect ration in the player. There is an HD version of the video available on YouTube 3D, so you can also watch it there with a pair of anaglyph glasses or any other of the 3D systems that the service currently supports, but for best quality you better download the video. You can also go to the 3DGuy website for some interesting things related to stereoscopic 3D and as usual please don’t forget to leave your comments if you watch the video…

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