Monthly Archive: May 2012

3D video from Maker Faire: Kids getting zapped in a Faraday Cage!

3D video from Maker Faire: Kids getting zapped in a Faraday Cage!

I shot this at Maker Faire, near San Francisco last Saturday. Kids in a Faraday cage being zapped by giant static bolts from huge Tesla coils, timed to music. That’s Maker Faire! More Maker Faire videos coming soon! To use the Youtube 3D viewer, you’ll need to watch on the Youtube web site here: http://www.youtube.com/embed/HcgcX2FiHEg

Why Youtube frequently issues copyright violations on licensed use of music

Why Youtube frequently issues copyright violations on licensed use of music

I predicted this was going to happen the moment Youtube announced it was automatically scanning videos for copyrighted music: The problem is that Content ID improperly flags licensed music as a copyright infringement – leading to embarrassment for producers and editors that have legitimately licensed their music from a reputable company. via Larrys Blog – Keep Yourself Copyright Legal |...

Art of Stereo Conversion: 2D to 3D – 2012

Art of Stereo Conversion: 2D to 3D – 2012

An overview of how its done in Hollywood, to convert a 2D movie into 3D: Art of Stereo Conversion: 2D to 3D – 2012 | fxguide.

Spokane Bloomsday Run Race Video in 3D

Spokane Bloomsday Run Race Video in 3D

Photographed with two Lumix GH-2 cameras on a monopod. Edited in Magix Movie Edit Pro for 3D depth control. This would be the only 3D video of the Bloomsday running race in Spokane, WA. Once the largest timed road race, I understand it is now the 2nd largest timed road race. Over 47,000 participants finished. Some of the better 3D...