RealVision’s work in Stereoscopic 3D…in pictures – Click on images and read the captions.
Books On Stereoscopic 3D Movie Making featuring Clyde DeSouza, Real Vision FZ LLC:
Below is a sampling of some international books on Stereoscopic 3D movie making, featuring Real Vision.
Books in English, French and German feature some of the work and original contribution to the art of stereoscopic 3D film making by Clyde DeSouza of Real Vision. Clyde has coined terms such as “Circle of Isolation”, Depth Warping and is featured in the limited edition print only run of Technicolor’s 3D Dictionary.
Most books are available on Amazon and i-book store. We would like to thank the authors for featuring work by Real Vision in their books.
(All images and book snapshots are copyright of their respective authors and publishing houses, and used for promotional purpose only)
Real Vision’s latest project: The 3D Lab at twofour54:
RealVision is consultant to twofour54 and was appointed to help create the region’s first Stereoscopic 3D Lab. The 3D Lab aims to foster best practices in stereoscopic 3d production and is a collaborative environment for the different divisions of twofour54 to come together and contribute to the evolution of stereoscopic 3D as a new medium of visual communication.
Hardware and Software manufacturers as well as the media industry has shown keen interest in the 3D Lab activities, with word spreading around the region that the 3D Lab will be a hub for S3D exploration. Browse the gallery and captions below
Middle East’s First 3D Music Video – Artiste: Najwa Karam (Rotana):
RealVision was appointed as Stereoscopic 3D QC (quality controller) for the project. The job entails monitoring and offering advice to the independent stereo crew at the shoot, ensuring best practices in use of stereo3D depth budget, flagging technical errors in the 3D material and offering advice on location and in post production.
ADPD (Abu Dhabi Police Dept) 3D Film – “Upgrade your Driving”
RealVision was contracted for Stereographer services on location and in post production on the ADPD 3D short film. The challenge was to create a depth budget and implement a depth script that would take a variety of end display screen sizes into account from 3DTV to tradeshow projection screens and for 3D Cinema.
The short film was shot exclusively on the Panasonic AG3D A1, some of the challenges being to overcome the fixed interaxial of the camera.
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“Think in 3D” – at Sony Technology Open Day – Dubai, UAE.
RealVision, under Sony Professional Solutions MiddleEast conducted day long seminars and workshops on Stereoscopic 3D awareness and showed advanced features of Sony’s 3D capabilities, including hands on audience participation in handling a PS TEchnik Freestyle rig with Sony EX3 cameras, principles and live operation of the Sony MPE-200 node addressable real-time stereoscopic 3D processor, and display on Sony professional passive 3D monitors.
Audience included Broadcast TV system integrators, TV Engineers, and independent film Producers from the MiddleEast and vistors from North Africa.
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“Think in 3D” – Singapore Media Academy …3 day intensive Masterclass during the Asia Television Forum in Singapore:
This 3 day masterclass was conducted at Singapore Media Academy (SMA) during the on-going ATF (Asia TV forum) in Singapore between 6th – 8th December 2010. The workshop was a sold out event, and was well attended by professionals such as independent movie-makers, Producers from the larger media companies, VFX artists and Animators. Click on images to view larger images and read captions.
Think in 3D – Masterclass for Reliance Media Works:
A RealVision conducted private workshop in association with Reliance Media Works, toward scaling in-house knowledge of the team for Stereoscopic 3D production across their many departments, including Preproduction, On-location production, VFX and post-production. Reliance Media Works is an organization that “thinks in 3D”.
This 3 day intensive workshop is truly what Masterclasses in stereoscopic 3D can be Images above.
Stereoscopic 3D Workshop at Nanyang Polytechnic Singapore:
RealVision would like to thank Mr. Jacques Frety, for initiating the two successful S3D workshops for students at the SIDM (School of Interactive Media and Design).
The week long workshop in stereoscopic 3D was primarily focussed on S3D animation, but also provided a thorough foundation to the students to “think in 3D” and covered advanced topics such as differences between beamsplitter 3d camera rigs, shooting on location with side by side 3D rigs, framing, correcting of rig errors, I/A adjustments using HIT and re-shaping of 3D volume. The workshop then went into much more detail on stereoscopic 3D match-moving, green screen in 3D and finally the role of a stereographer.
This workshop hopefully contributes to the next generation of Singapore Media talent, and prepares the students for internships with companies looking at producing stereoscopic 3D material in Asia.
Stereo3D in Arabia with the Panasonic AG-3DA1:
RealVision was called in to offer stereographer services on location for 80% of an upcoming showreel that was shown at the Circle Conference in AbuDhabi recently. The only part we missed due to a clash of dates was the shoot at the Formula One track.
Much was learned by all, about the capabilities of the robust Panasonic 3D camera the AG-3DA1. Other advice offered by Realvision, was a crash course to the production team on Stereo 3D best practices.