As 3D novelty wears off, some experts call for more extreme uses
By Wendy Mitchell
3D’s days as a novelty are up. That was the message at the second 3D Storytelling Conference at London’s Ravensbourne college on Thursday and Friday.
Chris Parks, founding partner of Vision3 – the London-based stereography company that has worked on projects including TT3D, John Carter
and the forthcoming Jack The Giant Killer,
said: “Up until this point the emphasis has been on the new, a lot of films have been made in 3D because it’s new. We’re now at a point where we need to concentrate on what’s good.”
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