Traditionally, New York audiences can be tough and they loved it! My view is that 3D would still be thriving if Tv manufacturers had followed the lead of cinemas and stuck to stereoscopic devices which need only cheap glasses for viewing or even explored variations of the glasses free 3D Toshiba Laptop or 3D Gadmei Tablet both of which give amazing 3D images of my blu-rays and home videos plus those broadcast around and including the 2012 Olympics. I hope your releases sell well so you can release more. One of my favorites on this disc is ''I'll Sell My Shirt'', a stand up comedy routine filmed in 3D that has not been seen in 3D in 60 years. I don't normally leave reviews as I don't particularly love amazon. Vintage stereo animation is of particular interest.
Presented in high-quality digital 3-D, all films have been stunningly restored and mastered direct from archival materials. Enjoyed it a great deal even though some of the effects gave me a slight headache. I complained to Amazon my order hadn't shipped yet and they upgraded me so I should get those Saturday. I hope you have tons in store for us Bob I want a huge collection of 50s 3D movies! Founded in April 2006, High-Def Digest is the ultimate guide for High-Def enthusiasts who demand only the best that money can buy. Please check for further information about this project and others.
The film was apparently pulled from theaters soon after its premiere. Too bad they never did sterescopic film back when they were using miniature set backgrounds on turntables. Far superior is the Paramount-distributed Casper cartoon, Boo Moon, one of the best-looking 3-D cartoons ever. Crespinel, this portion contains a surprisingly sophisticated use of foreground elements to outline a static image, adding layers to a composition that would otherwise be lacking in markedly perceptible depth. As far as supporting you. The shorts all look great, especially considering the considerable restoration effort that went into many of them.
I had assumed this was done with a detailed scale-model, but Theakston reports that, incredibly, all of the stop-motion was done full-scale, presumably with for the most part real car parts. All films are presented in their correct original aspect ratios and the 3-D is perfect nearly all the time. I myself have a visual defect that usually make watching anything in 3D problematic. Although I still buy videos in 3D I can't always see them to their full effect unless an object is directly thrown at the screen. I would like to know this as I'm making a stop motion short but decided no 3D as I couldn't afford the electric slider. The disc is region-free, too. The date of the first documented exhibition of a 3-D film occurred on June 10, 1915.
I enjoyed the excellent 3D content on 3D Rarities, but I would prefer 3D movies instead of more compilations in the future. Bonus Materials Include: — Introductions by Leonard Maltin and Trustin Howard. I haven't seen it yet but you probably will get your wish. The bane of 3-D presentations was always the potential of a technical foul-up that even one frame could produce. After seeing the disappointing Bugs Bunny short Lumberjack Rabbit several times in 3-D, Boo Moon is a real surprise. The images here are extremely clean and have been color corrected and registered in place to be able to deliver a comfortable 3-D viewing experience and will always be in sync when viewed from this Blu-Ray. I'll be sure to praise your efforts everywhere I go! Sam Space is so bad, it make the Casper cartoon Boo Moon 1953 look relatively good.
We want people around the world to see these beautifully restored treasures on the big screen. That sounds like an absolute nightmare, but good luck if you decide to go ahead with it. Of course that limits the sort of camera angles you can use, but it might work for some shots. The most interesting entries in the collection are animated. That terrible circa 1980's anaglyphic conversion is a far cry from how it looks in true 3-D.
Made independently by producer Lee Savin and written and directed by Gerald Schnitzer, it provides a rare, sharp contrast to the gung-ho propagandizing of most Hollywood films as well as the Cinerama travelogues. My heart sank however, when I saw the glorious trailers for the Hollywood movies, knowing that most of them are not going to see the light of day. I do have the viewmaster reels they did of his dinosaur sequence from Animal World, but I never realised Harryhausen had actually experimented with animating in 3d. With national landmarks framed by rustling foliage, the aptly titled Thru' the Trees: Washington D. The animation is crude at best, the storytelling nonexistent. It has taken over 30 years for the 3-D Film Archive to assemble and restore the material in 3-D Rarities, an eye-popping collection of ultra-rare and long-lost movies, which Flicker Alley and the 3-D Film Archive are proud to present here for the first time on Blu-ray. That terrible circa 1980's anaglyphic conversion is a far cry from how it looks in true 3-D.
It'd certainly be an interesting curio to show at a 3d festival or as a blu-ray extra. I haven't heard anything about it, so I take it Popeye's The Ace of Space will not be on the Rarities collection. Her feet come out at you. I'm inclined to suspect he did the test mostly to talk his producer out of it. Thrills for You Pennsylvania Railroad, 1940 , from 3-D Rarities.
It really uses the format spectacularly well. We still have material and there's lots more that we can license. If you want to take pictures of miniature models using a 3d camera, one thing you can do is mount it several feet away and then zoom right in. After a few bookings it was abruptly pulled and disappeared for decades, until the 3-D Film Archive discovered the original negatives, about to be junked, in 1985. In an age when 3-D projection if not actual shooting is almost a prerequisite for Holly-wood's blockbusters, and when the movies from 3-D's previous heyday of the 1950s are greeted with something akin to kitschy amusement, it is easy to forget—or not even to be aware of in the first place—that 3-D films were made decades prior, came in a variety of forms and formats, and were conceived for a multitude of purposes. You can even do rudimentary 3d stop-motion on a Nintendo 3ds, although the cameras certainly aren't up to much. Will be glad to leave a review on Amazon.