Monday, August 30, 2010

Re: [MISP] 3D filmmaking's potential

I am putting together a summary of the Film Lincoln County Symposium and will post here and on our website as soon as possible. As far as the 3D efforts at ENMU-Roswell (not NMSU) if you were asking about Alan Trever’s presentation I can give you a little info that he just passed along to me.

 

They are building a fully functional 3D stereoscopic production studio at ENMU Ruidoso. It will include 2 complete stereoscopic rigs. They will be using the full suite of IRIDAS. Dualstream software http://www.iridas.com/stereo/ as well as Cineform’s NEO3D software http://www.cineform.com/neo3d/ .  The system will have realtime 3d editing abilites so students will be able to see 3d as they cut. Alan anticipates having the system up and running some time in October. The funding for this came from the Governor’s allocation of $385,000 to 3 universities in the state. See this:  http://tinyurl.com/2dj4pov

 

Dirk Norris

Chairman

Film Lincoln County NM

www.filmlcnm.org

 

 


From: NM Media Discussion List [mailto:MISP-L@unm.edu] On Behalf Of David Breecker
Sent: Monday, August 30, 2010 2:22 PM
To: MISP-L@LIST.UNM.EDU
Subject: Re: [MISP] 3D filmmaking's potential

 

 

Eric, will there be proceedings from the Symposium published?  And/or, can someone from NMSU point us to more info on the 3D pipeline?

 

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On Aug 30, 2010, at 2:01 PM, Eric Renz-Whitmore wrote:



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One of the exciting things I hadn't heard about until last Thursday's Lincoln County Film Symposium is the exciting work on a stereographic 3D pipeline that Alan Trever and the gang at ENMU-Roswell and their FTTP program are doing. (And that was just part of the good news.)

 

Alan's always been an early adopter of "digital cinema" technologies and I can't wait to see what their students - and other movie-makers throughout the state - do when they get their hands on these tools.

 

Best wishes, 

 

Eric      

 

 

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