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    Someone showed me a demo of a new stereoscopic technology called V3D, which uses two scanning irises, that rotate. It was some of the best 3D I have ever seen and I am not a fan of 3D. I was told that they used two reds in their demo. I was wondering if anyone has heard about or seen this technology?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian McDonough View Post
    Someone showed me a demo of a new stereoscopic technology called V3D, which uses two scanning irises, that rotate. It was some of the best 3D I have ever seen and I am not a fan of 3D. I was told that they used two reds in their demo. I was wondering if anyone has heard about or seen this technology?
    We shot that footage and we provide their technology for rental. email me Mark (at) offhollywoodny.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark L. Pederson View Post
    We shot that footage and we provide their technology for rental. email me Mark (at) offhollywoodny.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark L. Pederson View Post
    We shot that footage and we provide their technology for rental. email me Mark (at) offhollywoodny.com
    Mark,

    Anywhere I can get more info on this technology, is it an add on to existing 3D systems, a system all unto itself, what is it exactly? I'm interested.
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    They are Modified lenses with replacement Iris's that rotate with an amplitude and frequency control.
    I believe in an S3D setup they rotate conversely to phase cancel the rotation while still getting the proper Parallax scan.

    We shot with the V3 MOE lenses which is a single lens 2D system with scanning Iris as well. While it isn't an "every scenario" lens, when used properly it can have a stunning effect.
    We will post the video we directed with it to this thread and a separate one in a week or so.

    Def worth checking out. Feel free to PM me for any more info.
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    Here is some more info the demo video explains it's concept: http://www.inv3.com/smithsonian/v3_i...view_page.html
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    The system (not used in a stereo shooting scenario) has been around for some time... I can't remember when I first looked at it but it was over 5+ years ago.

    If anyone downloads the single lens clips to check out on their computer I would heavily advise watching with one eye closed... It is oddly, but understandably, far more effective (when played on a computer screen at typical distances) when you only use one eye.

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