Jackson Wong - March 26th, 2012
The maximum depth reached was about 6.8mi. - the furthest ever for a solo explorer. As for what Cameron returned with from the voyage, survival for one
Julie Babcock - June 18th, 2010
Microsoft's Applied Sciences Group recently developed a new way of watching 3-D video that doesn't require the viewer to wear any glasses.
Jennifer O'Rourke - April 26th, 2010
In a perfect world with the right visual conditions, eyesight that can quickly change between dual-camera imaging gives the viewer that 3D feeling. But in non-perfect conditions the images fall flat, and some people actually get sick form 3D footage.
Julie Babcock - April 08th, 2010
Sony Creative Software has recently announced Blu-print 6 Blu-ray Disc authoring application and Z Depth 3D subtitle offset editing application. The new software will enable editors...
Julie Babcock - February 18th, 2010
Panasonic may have crushed your dreams of ever purchasing a 3D camcorder of your own (the list price for their AG-3DA1 camcorder: $21,000), but that shouldn't stop you from fulfilling your quest to make a 3D movie of your own. All you need is...
Julie Babcock - December 04th, 2009
In the last several years we've been bombarded with movies touting their amazing 3D visual effects. Despite being gimmicky, and the three-dimensional images appearing to be somewhat flat, 3D movies have been drawing people to the theaters in swarms. It is perhaps for this reason that so much energy is being put towards the development of 3D technology.