11 July 2015 by
Here’s an early look at the 2017 Get Smurfy 3D characters. The images are courtesy of Sony Pictures Entertainment. Look for a 2017 theatrical release. The 2017 3D animated release will be directed by Kelly Asbury and showcases the voices of actors Mandy Patinkin as “Papa Smurf,” Rainn Wilson as “Gargamal” and Demi Lovato as “Smurfette.” More when we get it!
Source: Sony Pictures Animation.
By: Steven D. Ito
17 January 2015 by
Glasses Free 3D may be coming soon to a theater near you in the near future thanks to Austrian start-up TriLite. Austrian researchers have developed a laser system that sends different images to each eye creating a 3D effect without the need for 3D Glasses. The researchers claim that their new technology can project 3D images on giant screens, on outdoor buildings even in New York’s Times Square. The new 3D laser technology would allow hundreds the ability to view 3D images from various positions without distortion which has been the problem with glasses free 3D we know today. 3D, “The Future of Entertainment,” I believe is just around the corner. Glasses Free 3D technology is getting better each year. The new technology is from a new start-up company called TriLite Technologies based in Austria that formed in 2013. The research and development of this new groundbreaking technology was developed alongside a research team from the Vienna University. Other usages per their website are for outdoor ad display and outdoor or large scale glasses free 3D cinema. For more information on this amazing new 3D technology visit TriLite Technologies website by clicking on the link.
Source: TriLite, PC Magazine
By: Steven D. Ito
29 August 2014 by
CNBC reports that “3D art” might be the “Future of Entertainment® and a big draw for Tourism in Asia.
I have to agree! And not just for Asia. Ever since I saw the amazing reaction and active participation from all ages of 3D street art, it made me relaize that there is something truly magical about 3D imagery. At the Suntec city shopping mall in Singapore visitors at the Alive Museum gather to take pictures of themselves interacting with the 3D art.
In a recent CNBC report one visitor to Singapore’s latest attraction waited in line for up to three hours to take a picture of herself riding Harry Potter’s broomstick complete with a backdrop of a scene picked from the hugely popular Harry Potter film franchise. The visitor was thrilled with when she left the museum with a photo riding Harry Potter’s broomstick.
The 3D museums are expected to be big business throughout Asia. Popularized first in the Korean market, it has since spread to China, Thailand and Hong Kong.
Two museums Trick Eye Museum and Alive Museum which opened in June 2014 in Singapore just in time for summer break and family vacations were overwhelmed with visitors. Photo taking and sharing along with social media, finding that unique photo is on everyones to do list. The 3D art museums are fulfilling all the requirements for a must see travel destination and outing. Engaging, interactive, new, fun open to all ages, educational. We’ll try to post locations for the 3D museums on our website.
3D art is very popular around the world. 3D artist have been hired to paint interactive 3D art for spectators all around the globe. We’ll report more on this growing trend.
13 May 2014 by
From movies to 3D printing, the third dimension has captured the attention of artist, engineers, scientist and inventors across numerous fields.
One of those emerging new fields is 3D Imagining and capture. Tech company Obvious Engineering is the computer vision start-up company behind the 3D photo app Seene.
Seene was actually launched last year in October but has since garnered a lot of attention due to 3D printing and it’s million plus downloads. The company behind Seene is improving on the Smartphone 3app
with hopes of making the app more main stream, example converting your 2D images to 3D and maybe even an CAD file to print out your favorite 2D image in 3D form.
Check out the video above pretty awesome!
By: S.D. Ito