A 3D film is a motion picture that enhances the illusion of depth perception– High-quality 3D movies can now be seen in thousands of new generation 3D theaters all around the world —I’m Christina Collins with CRWE Newswire — Today’s company highlight is RealD Incorporated trading with the symbol RLD —RealD Incorporated is a leading global licensor of 3D technologies— RealD’s extensive intellectual property portfolio is used in applications that enable a premium 3D viewing experience in the theater, the home and elsewhere— The company licenses its RealD Cinema Systems to motion picture exhibitors that show 3D motion pictures and alternative 3D content– The company also provides its RealD Display, active and passive eyewear, and RealD Format technologies to consumer electronics manufacturers and content producers and distributors to enable the delivery and viewing of 3D content. RealD’s cutting-edge 3D technologies have been used for applications such as piloting the Mars Rover—RealD recently announed financial results for its fourth quarter and fiscal year ended March 25, 2011— Highlights include- Fourth Quarter 2011 GAAP Results - Net revenue of $58.5 million, an increase of 6% from $55.4 million in the same period of fiscal 2010— GAAP net income attributable to common stockholders was $4.5 million, or $0.08 per diluted share— In the year-ago quarter the Company recorded a GAAP net loss attributable to common stockholders of $20.9 million, or $0.85 per share—Fiscal Year 2011 GAAP results - Net revenue of $246.1 million, an increase of 64% compared to $149.8 million in fiscal 2010—For more information about RealD Incorporated, symbol RLD, www.reald****. I’m Christina Collins with CRWE Newswire
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Would you pay $2 to $3 more to watch a movie in 3D? Within the next few years more movies will be made in 3D to enhance the viewers experience but there is an issue - not enough 3D camera to make all the new movies. Richard Hart joins Ken Rutkowski to paint the picture of the 3D future.
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Title explains that I saw something in RealD and it was Monsters vs Aliens with my son who sadly couldnt be in this one as he would of given the entire plot of the flick away lol.
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The English Language version of Animals United 3D - Germany's first RealD 3D Animated Feature Film - will hold a special screening at the 15th Berlin & Beyond Film Festival - Castro Theatre, San Francisco (Oct. 24, 2010 at 2:00pm) To order tickets: *******berlinbeyond.inticketing****
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3D animation in yt3D to watch on any 3D TV or in Anaglyph even without glasses using " cross eyed " method.
If you have Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, LG or other 3D TV set then you can play the side by side format.
If you have 3D monitor e.g. Zalman or iZ3D then you can watch youtube 3D videos choosing the 'Row interleave' view style.
If you don't have any 3D equipment then you can even try the cross-eyed method without glasses.
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3D based on polarizing lenses is todays topic. In this video I do visual demonstrations of linear and circular (As in RealD 3D system) polarizing glasses.
I discuss the need for a silver screen and do a demonstration of why you need one.
HOW TO VIEW IN 3D:
Click on the "3D View Style" menu then select how you'd like to view. You can only see this menu on the video page itself and not on a channel page. You can get out your 3D glasses and choose "Red/Cyan" which are pretty common. If you don't have glasses, then select "Cross-eyed" or "Parallel" and cross you eyes slightly or focus behind the screen to make the 2 videos overlap into 1. If you're not able to overlap images with your eyes, you may want to just purchase a cheap pair of glasses somewhere online or buy a 3D movie from the store and use those glasses. Don't forget to click the full screen button on the bottom right of the video player if you are viewing with glasses. It looks and pops out way more awesome. Sorry, Disney's fancy RealD polarized glasses don't work here on YouTube.
IF THIS DOESN'T WORK FOR YOU:
- Cross-eyed or Parallel viewing can be difficult if you don't have control over your eye muscles. Try sitting away from the screen a bit or just get some practicing. There are a lot of cool videos like this on the net and tutorials on how to view 3D without glasses. If you still can't get it right, maybe you've made the wrong selection for "Parallel" or "Cross-eyed".
- If you're using glasses and the image seems to be inside out or not working at all, then use your glasses the other way around. If you still can't view them in 3D, you might have a burned out, dull or discolored monitor.
-STILL not working with glasses? Make sure you're using anaglyph glasses and not polarized glasses (like Disney RealD). YouTube doesn't support polarized.
GLASSES OR WITHOUT GLASSES?
Anaglyph glasses makes it easier for you to watch in 3D but it has a color distortion downfall. Overlapping the two pictures with your eyes gives you perfect color (just like using polarized glasses in modern theaters, but YouTube and most likely your monitor screen doesn't support that) but this creates two more images left and right which can be distracting.
I WANT TO VIEW THIS IN 2D:
Click on the "3D View Style" menu then select "Right Image Only" or "Left Image Only".
HOW DID I MAKE THIS?
Animating in 3D proves both a challenge and a pain, not to mention rendering both left and right views separately then combining both together, but the experience is rewarding. I'm sure there're better dedicated 3D programmes but this was made entirely in Sony Vegas Pro.
AlphaWolfKodi has gone 3D in line with YouTube's new 3D feature. WooHoo! =D
HOW TO VIEW IN 3D:
Click on the "3D View Style" menu then select how you'd like to view. Red/Cyan are pretty common but see what works best for you. If you don't have glasses, then select "cross eyed" and just cross you eyes slightly to make the 2 videos overlap into 1. This is normally how I view 3D videos without glasses but if you're not able to overlap images with your eyes then you may want to just purchase a cheap pair of glasses somewhere online or buy a 3D movie from the store and use those glasses. Don't forget to click the full screen button on the bottom right of the video player as well... it helps if you have glasses. Sorry, Disney's fancy RealD polarized glasses don't work on these.
PLEASE KEEP IN MIND... :
This video was only a test for me to see how YouTube would handle it's new 3D feature. If this becomes popular and people are able to view it then I'll put more effort into the next one. I'd love to do this in my usual video quality.
IF THIS DOESN'T WORK FOR YOU:
- Cross-eyed can be difficult if you don't have control over your eye muscles. Try sitting away from the screen a bit or just get some practice in. There are a lot of cool videos like this on the net.
- If you're using glasses and the image seems to be inside out then use your glasses the other way around. Some glasses are backwards. If your glasses can seperate the 2 images then it may be your computer monitor. A burned out, dull or discolored monitor may not work with your glasses.
-STILL doesn't work with your glasses? Make sure you're using anaglyph glasses and not polarized glasses (like Disney RealD). YouTube doesn't support polarized.
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs is a 2009 computer-animated film produced by Sony Pictures Animation and distributed by Columbia Pictures. It is scheduled for a theatrical release on September 18, 2009 and is inspired by the children's book of the same name by Judi Barrett and Ron Barrett.
It is Sony Pictures Animation's third theatrical feature, not counting Open Season 2, a direct-to-video film.
The film features the voices of Bill Hader, Anna Faris, Bruce Campbell, James Caan, Bobb'e J. Thompson, Andy Samberg, Mr. T, Benjamin Bratt, Neil Patrick Harris, Al Roker, Lauren Graham, and Will Forte.
The film will be released in 3D in select theaters using RealD Cinema and IMAX 3D systems.
The film is officially rated PG by the MPAA for brief mild language.
Directed by: Phil Lord, Chris Miller
Produced by: Pam Marsden
Written by: (Screenplay: Phil Lord, Chris Miller), (Book: Judi Barrett, Ron Barrett)
Starring: Bill Hader, Anna Faris, Bruce Campbell, James Caan, Bobb'e J. Thompson, Andy Samberg, Mr. T
Music by: Mark Mothersbaugh
Distributed by: Columbia Pictures
Release date(s): September 18, 2009
Running time: 81 minutes
Country: United States
::: HOW TO VIEW IN 3D :::
Select how you'd like to watch the video from the "3D View Style" menu below the video.
If you're using 3D glasses then you'll need to make sure have a good monitor with proper color settings.
Disney's RealD glasses WILL NOT work with computer screens!!!
To view without glasses (if you don't have a pair of red/cyan glasses laying around) you'll need to select either "cross-eyed" or "parallel".
CROSS-EYED: This is the method I use. It can be difficult for some people learn but it's NOT impossible. It just takes a few minutes of practice. Then you can do it almost every time. You'll need to SLIGHTLY cross your eyes so that the 2 videos overlap. You'll know you've got it when you see 3 images. The 2 on the outsides will be kind of ghosty and the middle one will be in 3D (if you can see it without any blur). If you're seeing 4 images then you're crossing your eyes WAY too much. Trust me, you won't really hurt or look half dumb if you do it right. Essentially, the right eye will be looking at the left image and the left eye looking at the right image. Again, it can be difficult to do if you haven't had practice but you'll be amazed at what you'll see once you can! Try sitting away from the screen a bit and holding your thumb about half way between your eyes and the screen. You'll notice that while you're focused on your thumb, both of the videos will be overlapped. If the images aren't overlapping then just adjust yourself so that they are. Once you've got them lined up, remove your finger and hold your eyes in that position.
PARALLEL: It's a little more difficult to explain but it works in the same way that "cross-eyed" does except you're not overlapping the images by crossing your eyes... you're overlapping the images by looking beyond them. Essentially the right eye will need to focus on the right image and the left eye will need to focus on the left.
STILL CAN'T DO IT?
Like I said, it can be hard if you can't control your eyes but it's not impossible. Please don't leave hateful comments if you can't do it. You just need practice. That's all : )
THE POINT OF THIS VIDEO:
I'm going to keep doing what I love to do whether people hate me for it or not. I love making 3D videos. I won't make them all the time but every now and then I will no matter how much people hate 3D. I'm not getting paid on this video because ads don't work on 3D video. I'm just doing this because it makes me happy : )
Unboxing this fantastic case of 20 die-cast cars from Disney Pixar animated movie CARS. Purchase at my local Disney store, these are 1:43 scale bigger die-cast which measures around 3'' to 5'' inches long!
Starring all of your favorite hot rods from the Disney/Pixar film Cars, this set is perfect for play or display!
Guido, Luigi, Sally, Lightning McQueen with white tires, Ramone, Flo, Doc Hudson, Sarge, Dinoco Helicopter, Tractor, Mater, Red, Sheriff, Lightning McQueen, Chick Hicks, King, Snot Rod, Sally, Wingo and D.J.
Already a collectors item!!! Very hard-to-find in stores
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Step Up 3D is a 2010 American 3D dance film written by Amy Andelson and Emily Meyer and directed by Step Up 2 the Street's Jon Chu. The sequel sees the return of Adam Sevani and Alyson Stoner, who portrayed Moose from Step Up 2 the Streets and Camille Gage from Step Up, respectively.
As the third installment in the Step Up trilogy, and the first shot in 3D, the film follows Moose and Camille Gage as they head to New York University, the former of whom is majoring in electrical engineering after promising his mother that he would not dance anymore. However, he soon stumbles upon a dance battle, meeting Luke and his House of Pirates dance crew and later teaming up with them to compete in the World Jam dance contest against their rivals, the House of Samurai dance crew.
Step Up 3D premiered in Hollywood at the El Captain Theater on August 2, 2010 and was subsequently released worldwide on August 6, 2010, through conventional 2D and 3D (in RealD 3D, Dolby 3D, and XpanD 3D) formats. It was also the second movie to feature the 7.1 surround sound audio format, the first of which was Toy Story 3. The film grossed $15.8 million in its opening weekend, the lowest of the trilogy, and has received mixed to positive reviews, with some praising its dance sequences and effective use of 3D, while others criticizing the repetitive story.
The story begins in traditional video style, as several of the film's characters are recorded and asked a series of questions about why they dance. The film then cuts to Moose and Camille Gage who are both dancers and attend New York University. Moose is majoring in electrical engineering after promising his mother that he would not dance anymore. He soon stumbles upon a dance battle, meeting Luke and his House of Pirates dance crew and later teaming up with them to compete in the World Jam dance contest against their rivals, the House of Samurai dance crew. Luke meets a girl named Natalie at his club and quickly takes notice of her dancing abilities, enlisting her to become part of his crew and hoping her talent can bring them to victory. However, he is unaware of Natalie's true motives.
Luke and Natalie become increasingly close as the movie progresses. They share many intimate moments, such as standing above an air vent and blowing "slurpee bubbles" and also Luke explaining his true intentions with his recordings - he wants to start a course using his own dance interviews.
Several earlier So You Think You Can Dance finalists also appear in supporting parts, including Ivan Koumaev, Katee Shean, Joshua Allen, Stephen "Twitch" Boss, Jonathan "Legacy" Perez, Ashlee Nino, Tony Bellissimo and Cedric Gardner
Main article: Step Up 3D (soundtrack)
Step Up 3D is the film soundtrack album from the motion picture Step Up 3D. The album was released on 27 July 2010. The singles from the album are "Club Can't Handle Me" by Flo Rida featuring David Guetta, "My Own Step" by Roscoe Dash and T-Pain featuring Fabo, "Irresistible" by Wisin y Yandel and "Candy" by Aggro Santos featuring Kimberly Wyatt so far.
 Critical response
Step Up 3D received mixed reviews from critics. Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes gave it a score of 48% based on 98 amateur reviews, although it did receive a positive rating of 65% from the reviews of 17 "Top Critics". Rotten Tomatoes consensus is: It may not contain believable acting or a memorable plot, but Step Up 3-D delivers solid choreography and stunning visuals.
 Box office
The film made an approximate $6 million on its first night of release, placing second to the buddy cop film The Other Guys, which received $13 million. In the weekend box office the movie placed 3rd with 15million. As of August 18 it has grossed $30,901,014 in the United States and $13,700,000 in internationally for a worldwide total of $44,601,014.
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Película animada basada en la serie de libros de fantasía Los Guardianes de Ga'Hoole por Kathryn Lasky . Zack Snyder dirigió la película, la producción se llevó a cabo en Australia en Animal Logic , y la película está programada para ser lanzada el 24 de septiembre de 2010. Estará disponible en IMAX 3D y RealD 3D.
Sinopsis: Se centra en la heroica lucha de un joven búho por salvar a su comunidad de las fuerzas del Mal. Su nombre es Soren, y nació en el bosque Tyto, donde hubo un tiempo en el que habitan en paz las lechuzas. Ahora la sombra del Mal planea sobre el reino de los búhos, amenazando con destruir la paz en el bosque Tyto y cambiar la vida de Soren para siempre. Para evitarlo buscará el Gran Árbol Ga'Hoole, en un viaje que se le antojará largo y angustioso. Cuando Soren y sus amigos lleguen por fin al Gran Árbol Ga'Hoole, habrán de someterse a pruebas que jamás habían soñado y afrontar desafíos que nunca habían imaginado. Si son capaces de aprender de sus jefes y unos de otros, pronto se convertirán en verdaderas lechuzas de Ga'Hoole: honestas y valientes, sabias y sinceras.
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