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Stereoscopic 3D Music Video of the Metal Group Corpore

January 7th, 2012 · No Comments · 3D Movies & Videos

Here is a stereoscopic 3D music video by the metal group Corpore performing their song Restart from an upcoming album called City of Infinity, thanks to Mike Dawson who directed the video and shared it with us. The volume effect is quite nice, but you can also spot some places where there are some slight stereoscopic window violations with things seeming to pop-out a bit on the top and the sides of the screen. You can watch the YouTube 3D video embedded above or download the clip in Side by Side format from the link below, as usual you are welcome to share your feedback if you watch it.

To download the stereoscopic 3D music video of the song Restart by Corpore…

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The Holiday Spirit, a Video of a Yule Log Burning in Stereo 3D

December 26th, 2011 · No Comments · 3D Movies & Videos

Right in the spirit of the holidays, here is a stereoscopic 3D video of a Yule Log burning in a fireplace, shot by Christian Blaze who kindly shared it with us. You can watch the YouTube 3D video embedded above, or download the video in MP4 format from the link below – it is in Side by Side format, half horizontal resolution (squashed), so do not forget to select 16:9 aspect ratio when opening it in the 3D Vision Video Player or the Stereoscopic Player. As usual you are welcome to share your comments about the video below.

To download the stereoscopic 3D video of a Yule Log Burning in a Fireplace…

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Dialymotion’s New Online 3D Video Channel is Now Available

December 19th, 2011 · No Comments · General 3D News

The french mobile Operator Orange together with the video sharing website Dailymotion have launched their dedicated online 3D channel online as they have previously announced, although they did it earlier than expected. In this online 3D channel both companies plan to have both professional generated stereoscopic 3D content as well as user generated 3D content, something that sounds nice in theory, but is already showing that can be problematic. At the moment the 3D channel has 43 videos available, but it seems that ot all of them are actually in 3D format and that happened probably due to users uploading 2D videos and marking them as 3D ones and they got featured there although they should not. So this can be a bit of a problem giving not so good start for the initiative, unless a better management of the content featured on the 3D channel is provided. The flash-based player that Dailymotion has with stereoscopic 3D support currently supports user selectable modes for: 2D, Side by Side, Red/Cyan glasses or Interleaved formats for viewing the 3D content. In terms of ability to embed 3D videos from Dailymotion (on your website or blog for example), there is no problem as the embed code uses iframe code and you get the 3D control options on embedded videos as well. Orange and Dailymotion plan to have the content of the 3D channel also accessible on mobile phones, but that should happen in February next year. We’ll see how things will develop and if Dailymotion will start offering an interesting alternative to YouTube where you would be able to upload and share 3D content online, for now they have a lot of catching up to do. You are welcome to share your experience with Dailymotion in 3D…

You can visit the new Orange and Dialymotion online 3D video channel here…

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