Like most friends, Rabbit and Deer don't have quite everything in common, but at least they're both 2D-animated characters. Things change rapidly in this ingenious and sweet short film when Deer enters the third dimension while his friend is still 2D.
Hay muchos proyectos de cine animado en páginas de crowdfunding, pero pocos tienen a figuras de Disney de la talla de James López (El rey león, Pocahontas), Rick Farmiloe (La sirenita, La bella y la bestia, Aladdin), o Bruce Smith (Quien engañó a Roger Rabbit y Tarzán). Ese proyecto se llama Hullabaloo, y es una…
Es algo que hemos visto decenas de veces en la ciencia-ficción: dibujar algo directamente en el aire, en 3D, para luego poder girarlo, aumentarlo o reducirlo de tamaño a placer. Un grupo de diseñadores de Londres ha creado un prototipo que hace algo parecido. Compuesto de una tableta, un lápiz digital y unas gafas de …
With most 3D TVs you'll see a headache-inducing double image unless you're wearing a pair of polarizing or shutter glasses. But researchers from the Shirai Lab at Japan's Kanagawa Institute of Technology have developed a remarkable screen that can display both 2D and 3D images at the same time, without the…
Some images of what’s alleged to be Android 4.4 appeared over the weekend, with screen captures of a phone supposedly running the new KitKat release giving us a look at what may be Google’s ever-so-slightly redesigned new mobile OS.
My eyes are telling me that this is 3D art. My brain is telling me that these are 3D drawings. My entire being believes that this is crafted in 3D. But nope. These drawings are actually 2D with clever shading and angles to make us believe they're in 3D. I still can't believe it.
Cuando visitó Hong Kong, el fotógrafo sueco Christian Aslund se quedó fascinado. Sus calles le parecieron el mejor escenario que jamás había visto para un videojuego. ¿Por qué no simular uno? Dicho y hecho. El resultado son una serie de geniales fotografías que rinden tributo a los juegos 2D.
YouTube added several new features to its video streaming service including the ability to convert your 2D video to 3D format. I'm not sure why you would want to, but now you can.
Videophiles that prefer the tiny package of a projector should take a look at Epson's new PowerLite Pro Cinema 6010 or its refreshed Home Cinema models. Not only do they display 1080P, some models support 2D to 3D video conversion.
There were better movies playing Sunday afternoon. Super 8, X-Men: First Class. Midnight in Paris. But I bustled past all of those. I headed to theater 7, foul den of Green Lantern 3D. Armed with a superpower of my own.
Something bothered me the entire time I was watching Thor in 3D—not how closely the plot echoed Disney's Hercules, or Anthony Hopkins' dial-a-performance—no, it was something persistent through every single second of the flick. It was too dim.
It's honestly gotten to a point where it's almost impossible to find a two-dimensional version of a major 3D movie release. For those of us just want our eyeballs back? 2D Glasses are here, they're real, and they're ready to flatten whatever Hollywood throws at 'em.
The newest iteration of Roxio's do-everything software bundle, Creator, will take home movies into the third dimension—it includes tools for managing, editing, and sharing 3D content and even lets users convert existing 2D photos and video into 3D.
Having read the original many times, watched multiple films and TV series, and collected every object imaginable, I must confess that I'm an Alice whore. Here's my review of Tim Burton's sequel: I love it. But not on 3D.
The HTC video driver controversy might be coming to an end, as the promised software fix may or may not be released soon. Why the uncertainty? Because HTC themselves didn't specify whether this update even fixes it, not confirming one way or the other that on it enabling Qualcomm's 2D or 3D graphics support. Actually,…
Made in Italy by Parafernalia, the $31 Falter 2D is a flat piece of metal that converts, in just four easy steps, into a pen but also a ruler, and a envelope opener, and a device to kill people a la Calo killing Don Licio Lucchesi in the Godfather III. How-to after the jump.
Here's a pleasant video to start your day, showing the work of researchers at Carnegie Mellon University who taught computers to translate a flat 2D photograph into a 3D scene. And just listen to that soothing music, which will lower your blood pressure and make you feel serene and confident for the rest of the day.