As 3D novelty wears off, some experts call for more extreme uses

By March 25, 2012March 24th, 2020Newswires

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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