The BBC’s Doctor Who 50th anniversary episode: The Day of the Doctor scooped 10.2 million viewers last Saturday, aided by 129 visual effects from Milk
Category: Stereoscopic 3D
Visual effects house Cinesite completed over 430 shots on Paramount’s World War Z, including turning Glasgow into Philadelphia, as well as stereo conversion of the VFX. Framestore’s Art Department developed the concepts for the film’s zombies and their unique style of movement, while The Third Floor provided digital previsualisation for the film. MPC also contributed VFX to bring the zombie swarms to horrific life.
Framestore finishes VFX work on Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II, marking the end of ten years of helping to bring the world created by JK Rowling to magical life
Cinesite recreates 18th Century London in 3D for Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, with more than 300 stereoscopic visual effects shots
Digital Domain’s Mothership has created a facistic sci-fi cinematic for the 3D Guerilla Games title, Killzone 3
Framestore has taken Philips’ Parallel Lines campaign into a new dimension with RSA’s The Foundling, with stereo 3D postproduction using SGO Mistika
Pix Mix has created what is believed to be one of the first live action Stereo3D commercials in Europe. The spot, produced for Lactogal to promote its Mimosa dairy brand, was finished using a Stereo3D-equipped Quantel Pablo.
Stereo 3D technology introduces a new way of looking at the British royal family, as well as Frankenstein and Hannah Montana, in a multi-strand project for Channel 4