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«Le premier film luxembourgeois en relief»

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«Mr Hublot», le premier court-métrage d'animation de Laurent Witz, sera projeté en avant-première
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«Le premier film luxembourgeois en relief» - paperJam

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«Mr Hublot», le premier court-métrage d'animation de Laurent Witz, sera projeté en avant-première ce soir.
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Non, la 3D n'est pas encore morte !

Non, la 3D n'est pas encore morte ! | Post-Prod | Scoop.it
L'année 2013 aura été très pauvre en contenus 3D. En France, en tout cas, aucune chaîne n'a adhéré au concept et à l'étranger, celles qui proposaient des programmes sont en train de s'éteindre une à une.
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Chronicle.lu - Mr Hublot's Adventures Just Starting

Chronicle.lu - Mr Hublot's Adventures Just Starting | Post-Prod | Scoop.it
At Utopolis-Kirchberg yesterday evening, Laurent Witz of Zeilt Productions presented the premier of the new Luxembourg short animated film, Mr Hublot....
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L’IBC 2013 vu par Olivier Ezratty

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Voici le début du compte-rendu de ma quatrième visite de l’IBC d’Amsterdam où je suis passé du…
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The future of 3DTVs: 157.7 million sales forecast for 2017 | IP&TV News

Futuresource Consulting have released an interesting new report on the predicted uptake of 3D hardware, with the market reportedly set to achieve 157.7 million 3DTV sales in 2017 – up from a forecast 59.3 million for 2013.

 

 

“In 2017, 3DTVs will account for 58% of all TVs sold across the globe, rising from 18% last year,” reckons Sam Leech, research analyst at Futuresource. “Growth in the delivery of 3D content to the home is less apparent, with a varying array of broadcaster strategies – some are ending current commitments whereas others continue to increase output. What is clear is that 3D content will become increasingly restricted to premium and on-demand offerings.”

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