brunsdan - February 02nd, 2010
It takes a long time to model and animate realistic 3D models traditionally. Thankfully, technology has now given us the option to make objects from video clips instead.
Derek Sine - January 23rd, 2010
Weve all been able to cruise around a virtual world with still images using Google map's street view web application but what about this concept with video?
Derek Sine - January 20th, 2010
So if you haven't heard yet... Apple is holding an invitation only event January 27 to reveal their latest creation, the iSlate. What does this mean? Tablets could change the way you receive your latest issue of Videomaker Magazine...
mhageman - January 12th, 2010
We got the chance to speak with Vice President Bob Perry of Panasonic and John Landau Producer of Avatar check out what they had to say after the Panasonic Press Event.
Julie Babcock - January 07th, 2010
Panasonic and Sony have developed a new evaluation technology that has 3D movie and gaming enthusiasts speculating on the future of 3D Blu-ray disc technology.
mhageman - January 07th, 2010
Panasonic Unveils World's First Intergrated Full HD 3D Camcorder At CES!
Panasonic Corporation will release the worlds first* professional, fully-integrated Full HD 3D camcorder in Fall 2010. The company will begin taking orders in April.
This Full HD 3D camcorder will offer the following core benefits:
Julie Babcock - January 06th, 2010
I had the chance to examine Panasonic's HD 3D camcorder the day before it was announced at their press conference...
Julie Babcock - December 24th, 2009
After six months of hard work and then waiting for certification, Associate Professor Yojiro Ishino and his students at the Nagoya Institute of Technology in Japan have set a new Guinness World Record: The most lenses on a working camera.
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.
mhageman - June 29th, 2009
When we hit NAB, there was this feeling in the air that the new & the future will be 3D. Panasonic actually revealed their take on the issue at NAB, and recently I was thinking about how impressive this technology actually is. So I thought that I'd mention the prototype they announced as the Panasonic 3D Full HD camcorder.
It's looks crazy and it shoots crazy but will it work?