27693 Results for

3ality

Article

3ality aims for the best and fastest 3D filmmaking ever

The Burbank, Calif., company has been a leader in developing 3D filmmaking technology for years. But now it is raising the stakes with new automated tools. CNET Road Trip 2012 checked it out.

By Jun. 28, 2012

Article

Backstage at Endeavour's welcome home party

After 20 years -- and 25 missions to space -- the "baby" Space Shuttle has arrived at its final home in Los Angeles. Cameras from 3ality Technica were on hand to document the shuttle's arrival.

By Sep. 26, 2012

Article

Why 3D movies are a waste of money

The technology behind the 3D visuals in "The Amazing Spider-Man" promises new advances, but studios have been hesitant to push the limits.

By Jun. 27, 2012

Article

Sights from the Intel Developer Forum

IDF is overrun with people in blue shirts and beige khakis, but there are still visually interesting sights at the event.

By Sep. 25, 2009

Article

Peter Jackson reveals 3D secrets behind 'Hobbit'

Director shares camera details (the movie is being made with 48 RED Epic digital cameras) and more in behind-the-scenes videos.

By Nov. 8, 2011

Article

NFL demos live 3D broadcasts

The National Football League is looking beyond high-definition video to 3D as it broadcasts a game in 3D to theaters in three cities as part of a demonstration.

By Nov. 24, 2008

Article

Sky bringing 3D TV to homes in U.K., Ireland

U.K. broadcaster will be the third this year to start offering a TV channel dedicated to 3D.

By Jan. 14, 2010

Article

National Geographic to release 'U2 3D'

The new 3D concert film uses 3Ality's technology to showcase Bono and the boys.

By Oct. 29, 2007

Article

3D means new rules for directors

Say good-bye to 3D effects that call attention to themselves. The technology is set to fade into the background as directors strive to use 3D to involve the viewer in a story, not show off what they can do.

By Jun. 18, 2009

Article

U2 3D: What 3D ought to be

'U2 3D' betters 'Beowulf' when it comes to three-dimensional movies, showing what the new medium can offer.

By Jan. 25, 2008