Chamber of Commerce Stereoscopic 3D Movie

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In the spring of last year, Rust Studios were approached by the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce to create something spectacular for their Annual Dinner.

In the spring of last year, Rust Studios were approached by the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce to create something spectacular for their Annual Dinner.

This black-tie dinner held every December takes place sometimes in the Anglican Cathedral and attracts around 500 guests and is considered to be Liverpool’s most prestigious dinner of the year.

Rust demonstrated to the Chamber at the onset an array of technologies to choose from that could be of interest and entertain the audience which incorporated Augmented Reality, Interactive Walkthroughs, Mobile Apps and Fly-Throughs. However the example that really impressed and excited them was our Stereoscopic 3D Showreel. Stereoscopic 3D is the technology behind 3D movies such as Avatar and since that film was launched it is widely used in cinemas today.

Creating a 3D movie to be viewed on a television a few metres away requires much simpler calculations compared to when it has to be projected and viewed by 500 people tens of metres away on a large screen so this was expected to be quite a challenge. However after over 100 tests and many months of complex modifications and adjustments, we are pleased to say that we got it right on the night.

The dinner at the beautiful Anglican Cathedral went without a hitch and to quote many of the guests, was absolutely spectacular and truly amazing and to see every one of 500 guests wearing 3D glasses seemingly mesmerised by our creation was a unique and humbling experience indeed.

Further info:

If you have the capacity to play 3D movies with either a 3D TV or monitor or you have a pair of red and blue glasses then here is a link to the 3D version on Youtube – www.youtu.be/6XJz0y_JzUg

We would also like to credit Ant Clausen for the photograph above – www.antclausen.comwww.twitter.com/antclausen

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