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3-D Production in Television and Film

3-D Production in Television and Film | Filmmaking Aspect 3 | Scoop.it
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For over 200 years, people attempted to produce 3-D images. The very first attempts were made from hand as drawings, long before photography. Now, we have 3-D movies in theaters and even on the TV screens at home. But of course the technology isn't perfected yet, problems with cutting between different 3-D scenes can cause eye fatigue.

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TEDTalks: Don Levy: A cinematic journey through visual effects (06:55)

Posted by TEDtalksDirector on January 4, 2013 • 

 

"It's been 110 years since George Méliès sent a spaceship slamming into the eye of the man on the moon. So how far have visual effects come since then? Working closely with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Don Levy takes us on a visual journey through special effects, from the fakery of early technology to the seamless marvels of modern filmmaking."

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Via filmmakerIQ.com

 

Update. Read also Michael Silbergleid's article at SchubinCafe.com


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It is truely amazing how far we have come in the world of visual effects, from the stop motion animation to today's CG effects, visual effects have come a long way and can only get better from here.

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The History of the Motion Picture

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The Frenchman Louis Lumiere is often credited as inventing the first motion picture camera in 1895 - but in truth - several others had made similiar inventions around the same time.
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Though Louis Lumiere, a frenchmen, is often given the credit for inventing the very first motion picture camera in 1895, many other people had similar inventions around the same time! "The Lumiere brothers were not the first to project film." The Edison company beat them to it with the Kinetoscope, a device that allowed a one person audience to watch at a time.

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