Here is a stereo 3D music video from a music band called The Simple Carnival and their song Everything That Grownups Know. The 3D music video uses 2D-like animation in stereo 3D format and is a part of their Smitten 3D music album that will have such animated stereoscopic 3D videos for all the songs in it. Smitten 3D is The Simple Carnival’s second full length album, but instead of being an audio CD or an album meant to be heard without images, it will be a 40-minute animated movie in stereoscopic 3D format. And according to the authors of the project the fact that everything in the animated stereo 3D music video looks like cardboard cutouts is entirely on purpose. The full album should be released as a 3D Blu-ray disc and there will be an anaglyph DVD version as well, but there will also be complete 3D videos of the songs from the album like the one embedded above also published online. You can take a look at the YouTube 3D video above or download the same clip from the link below in Side by Side format to watch it on your computer with the 3D Vision Video Player or the Stereoscopic Player, do not forget to select 16:9 aspect ratio when opening it. And your comments about the video are welcome as usual.
February 10th, 2012 · No Comments · 3D Movies & Videos
February 8th, 2012 · No Comments · 3D Movies & Videos
Here is a short stereoscopic 3D trailer of a documentary about the Seychelles shot by Coral Climb. In it you can see some exotic locations with nice stereoscopic 3D effect, there is also some time-lapse 3D footage, the video was shot using Canon 5Ds. You can either watch the embedded YouTube 3D version or download the video from the link below in Side by Side format and watch it on your computer using the 3D Vision Video Player or the Stereoscopic Player, it is the same clip. And as usual feel free to leave your comments about the 3D video if you watch it…
February 2nd, 2012 · 4 Comments · 3D Movies & Videos
If you still haven’t seen the stereo 3D trailer for the upcoming movie Men in Black 3, then you should take a look at it, although the stereoscopic 3D trailer still hasn’t made it on the official website of the movie, it has been available for a while already on 3net’s YouTube channel. Have in mind that the movie was not shot in 3D, and was instead converted to 3D in post-production, but the end results judging from the trailer are not bad. So do take a look at the YouTube 3D video embedded above, or download the 3D movie trailer in MP4 format (Side by Side with half horizontal resolution) from the link below, and as usual feel free to share your feedback about the video should you watch it. The release date of the movie is set for May 25th, 2012.