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Orthodontists Can't Go Back to 2D
ORTHODONTISTS CANT GO BACK TO 2D Orthodontists are three-dimensional thinkers. They are using cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) in North America for more than a decade, and in that time it has become a vital part of many orthodontic practices, bringing added value to pretreatment diagnosis and treatment planning. CBCT provides a clearer view of patient anatomy and pathology, without the distortions or superimpositions of conventional imaging. Resulting images are
RealD Bean Counters are Smiling
REALD BEAN COUNTERS ARE SMILING The Los Angeles Business Journal’s index of largest local public companies gained strong for the second week of April 2013. The weighted LABJ Stock Index rose 3 percent to $160.02 for the trading week ending April 12. Among the big gainers was RealD Inc.
No More 3D Glasses for Italian Kids Unde...
NO MORE 3D GLASSES FOR ITALIAN KIDS UNDER 6 Italy’s Ministry of Health has ruled that 3D glasses used to watch stereoscopic movies should be limited to viewers age 6 and above. Also, an investigation has been opened into a decision from the Cinema Exhibitors’ Association from last year to allow 3D glasses to be used by viewers as young as 3 years old. Warnings will be added to the instruction packets for all 3D glasses sold for home use.
Inner Maldives Holidays Launches 3D Broc...
INNER MALDIVES HOLIDAYS LAUNCHES 3D BROCHURE Inner Maldives Holidays announces the launch of their first 3D tourism hotels brochure at ITB Berlin this year. This is supposedly the first of its sort on stereoscopic anaglyph red/cyan print format that’s been used for promotion of Tourism industry anywhere.
Nintendo vs Tomita : Patent Claim goes t...
NINTENDO VS TOMITA : PATENT CLAIM GOES TO COURT Nintendo has seen its 3DS console glasses-free stereoscopic technology disputed by inventor Seijiro Tomita (retired from Sony some 10 years ago) who claims his own patented 3D technology is used without compensating or crediting him.
Six Oscars Awarded to 3D Movies
SIX OSCARS AWARDED TO 3D MOVIES Three stereoscopic 3D movies collected a total of six Oscars this Sunday: Life of Pi took four of them (best cinematography, best director, best musical score, and best visual effects), while Brave and Paperman got one each in their respective categories (best animated movie and best short animated movies).
EBU 3D Ultra High-definition Test Sequen...
EBU 3D ULTRA HIGH-DEFINITION TEST SEQUENCES In October last year the EBU released a set of UHD-1 test sequences to enable scientific testing of studio compression formats and video codecs for distribution to the home. The test set has now been enhanced with the addition of stereoscopic 3DTV content. The sets are available free-of-charge to EBU Members, with two sequences each from the UHD-1 and 3DTV sets being made freely available under a Createive Commons licence.
Legend3D's New Studio in Carlsbad, Calif...
LEGEND3D'S NEW STUDIO IN CARLSBAD, CALIFORNIA "We have just moved into our new, state-of-the-art 60,000 sq. ft. studio in Carlsbad, California, as we continue to expand our operations both in the U.S. and internationally,” said Ian Jessel, President of Legend3D. “We look forward to consolidating and broadening the productive relationships we enjoy with the studios and filmmakers here in Hollywood, as well as seeking out potentially new partnerships in China, Japan an
3DStereomedia 2013 Back to 3D Valley
3DSTEREOMEDIA 2013 BACK TO 3D VALLEY The 3D Valley of Liège, Belgium hosts a number of companies involved in the 3D stereoscopic business, including StereoscopyNews, dcinex, Barco, Digital Graphics, and many others. Most of the companies are located at the "Pôle Image de Liège". The 5th edition of 3DStereoMedia will take place in Liège again on December 3-6, 2013.
3D Movies are Here to Stay
3D MOVIES ARE HERE TO STAY The signs are in the sky for the 3D movies business! According to several analysts, including the excellent January 165, 2013 paper in the Roadmap To The Future Series by Business Insider, stereosopic 3D movies are here to stay. The three main indicators are the increase in 3D screens, now over 43.000 worldwide, the increase in 3D movies releases in all countries and not only in the US (India, Korea, and China are jumping in the wagon), and
Texas Chainsaw 3D Cuts the Hobbit from B...
TEXAS CHAINSAW 3D CUTS THE HOBBIT FROM BOX OFFICE #1 SPOT Leatherface and his chainsaw chased tiny hobbit Bilbo Baggins out of the top spot at the box office this week-end. Lionsgate's horror sequel "Texas Chainsaw 3-D" debuted at BoxOffice #1 with $23 million, according to studio estimates Sunday. After three weekends at No. 1, part one of Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit" trilogy slipped to third with $17.5 million. That lifts the domestic haul to $263.8 million for "T
US Kids go to the Dentist for 3D Movies
US KIDS GO TO THE DENTIST FOR 3D MOVIES A trip to the dentist becomes more like taking in a stereoscopic 3D movie matinée with the Cinema ProMed System, powered by the Carl Zeiss Cinemizer OLED 3D VR glasses. The new system was launched in December 2012 across the United States and Canada by Total 3D Solutions (Auburn Hills, MI, USA). Watch the video demo here under.
First I3DS Canadian Chapter in Vancouver
FIRST I3DS CANADIAN CHAPTER IN VANCOUVER The International 3D Society has announced the formation of its Canadian chapter to be based out of Vancouver BC. The Canadian Chapter will commence with the conference 3D[Fwd] on January 26, 2013 in Vancouver with an exclusive networking event on the 25th.
Doctor with 3D Camera: 1, Cancer: 0
DOCTOR WITH 3D CAMERA: 1, CANCER: 0 The doctor who pioneered what has become an international standard in neurosurgery is once again breaking new ground, becoming the first surgeon in Canada to use a 3D camera to remove a brain tumour. Dr. Michael Cusimano (Toronto, Canada) made headlines 17 years ago when he became the first neurosurgeon in the world to remove tumours by endoscopic surgery, a minimally invasive procedure that involves sending a video lens along wit
3D Camera for Remote Medical Assistance ...
D CAMERA FOR REMOTE MEDICAL ASSISTANCE IN AFGHANISTAN Eykona (Oxford, UK) developed a portable 3D imaging camera for use in the field by British troops in Camp Bastion, Afghanistan to assess the nature of war wounds received by soldiers. The device is also being used closer to home at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham where military casualties are treated. The Eykona camera is designed to build a 3D image and a 3D CGI model of a wound and utilises specially
Nickelodeon Gets 3D kids Series Rights
NICKELODEON GETS 3D KIDS SERIES RIGHTS Nickelodeon has acquired rights on the Canadian-Korean 3D stereoscopic kids series Bolts & Blip for Belgium and the Netherlands. The Viacom-owned broadcaster has closed a deal with KidsPlant Distribution to air the Redrover/Toonbox-produced series in February 2013.
3D Job Offered in Korea
3D JOB OFFERED IN KOREA The Korean Creative Content Agency os looking for a 3D technician with good knowledge of 3D rigs to write a 200-pages 3D training textbook with chapters about -among others- PStechniK and 3alityTechica rigs, ig alignment and setup, RED Epic, F1, P1, and EX3 cameras as well as 3D stereoscopic processors.
Ray "3D" Zone Passed away on November 13...
RAY "3D" ZONE PASSED AWAY ON NOVEMBER 13, 2012 Ray Zone, aged 65, passed away suddenly from a heart attack on November 13, 2012. He was actively working on a lot of 3D stereoscopic projects, including his next book and a foreword for the English version of our next publication. Ray will be missed by all stereographers and 3D fans around the world. StereoscopyNew's condolences go out to all his friends, colleagues and family.