Monthly Archive: July 2014

Do RealD’s Executive Departures Reflect 3D Fatigue?

Do RealD’s Executive Departures Reflect 3D Fatigue?

Of concern for 3D enthusiasts: Do RealD’s Executive Departures Reflect 3D Fatigue? – Deadline.com. Consumer surveys indicate a fair amount of interest in watching 3D motion pictures in theaters. But this could be foretelling that 3D interest is waning again.

Youtube seeks higher quality content to charge premium ad rates

Youtube seeks higher quality content to charge premium ad rates

I will have more to say about Youtube and the business case another time: The talks underscore Google Inc’s desire to complete YouTube’s transition from a repository for grainy home videos to a site sporting the more polished content crucial to securing higher-priced advertising. via Exclusive: YouTube weighs funding efforts to boost premium content – sources | Reuters. Not surprisingly,...

World’s First 4K 3D Civil War Battle videos

World’s First 4K 3D Civil War Battle videos

I realized last night that the 4K 3D videos I posted on Youtube are the world’s first ever Civil War era battle re-enactments posted online in 4K 3D format. Kind of cool. The videos were created using dual Lumix GH-2 cameras, each shooting a 1920×1080/30p video stream. These were edited and mastered in Sony Vegas Pro and output as full...