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variety smFusion 3D brings life to 'Dinosaurs'
CAMERON | PACE Group's Fusion 3D system will be used on "Walking With Dinosaurs 3D," the co-production of BBC Earth, Evergreen Films and Reliance Big Entertainment. The companies made the announcement Thursday. CAMERON | PACE is the joint venture formed by director James Cameron and his longtime tech collaborator, 3D guru Vince Pace. "'Walking With Dinosaurs 3D' offers a fantastic opportunity to push our advances in 3D even further," Cameron said. "We're inspired by the creative ambition behind the film and the opportunity to work on a feature that aims to bring audiences a real...
auters smAuteurs start to take 3-D seriously
The legendary director of The Godfather movies, mindful the funny spectacles can be uncomfortable for someviewers, decreed that an image should flash on the screen telling the audience when to put them on and take them off. Three-dimensional technology is at a critical juncture in Hollywood, its mixed track record leaving few clues as to whether it will be a transformative leap such as talkies or colour, a limited platform such as Imax or little more than a doomed gimmick like Smell-O-Vision or Sensurround. This northern autumn, however, three godfathers of US cinema - Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese and...
variety sm Variety summit taps Cameron, Rothman, Pace
James Cameron, Vince Pace and Fox Filmed Entertainment topper Tom Rothman are set as keynote speakers at the fourth annual 3D Entertainment Summit produced by Unicomm and the Bob Dowling Group in association with Variety. This year's summit, scheduled for Sept. 20-22 at the Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood, will focus on the international impact of 3D. It will bring together global leaders to analyze the past and future of 3D in theatrical, gaming, advertising, broadcast, home entertainment and alternative content...
us open expanded 3d coverage sm U.S. Open Nets Expanded 3D Coverage
Host broadcaster CBS Sports, sponsor Panasonic and the U.S. Tennis Association will broadcast the U.S. Open Tennis Championships in 3D for a second year. Expanded 3D coverage this year will include all Arthur Ashe Stadium matches that are broadcast in HD both on Labor Day weekend and on finals weekend, as well as select matches from Louis Armstrong Stadium. The 3D broadcasts will use a separate crew and equipment from the HD broadcasts. Court coverage will again be based around broadcast cameras using the Shadow 3D rigs...

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