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3D Creative Summit 2014

Alice Stansfield | Posted 18.03.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Alice Stansfield

Over Wednesday 12th till Thursday 13th March the BFI South bank in London hosted the 3D Creative Summit. 'As 3D's future takes shape, this is a true o...

Future Technology Running on the Toshiba Encore Tablet

Andrew Edney | Posted 18.04.2014 | UK Tech
Andrew Edney

My biggest take away from the whole experience was that Toshiba Encore was a very powerful device, one that was capable of doing so much more than you would think a small tablet could do - and that is just scratching the surface!

'Huge Majority' Of 3D TV Owners Regret Buying One

Huffington Post UK | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Tech

Almost four in five people who buy a 3D TV regret it, according to a new study. Bearing in mind the limitations of the research - only 1,172 3D TV ...

3D Printers: How Will They Change the Way We Conceptualise and Design Products?

Michael Edmondstone | Posted 22.02.2014 | UK Tech
Michael Edmondstone

Inexpensive 3D printers can be used to create small plastic figures and parts, either as final products, or as models, prototypes and test pieces to help you with your designs.

Bringing Dinosaurs to Life - All in a Day's Work...

Neil Nightingale | Posted 18.02.2014 | UK Entertainment
Neil Nightingale

In four and a half billion years of existence there have been no creatures more dramatic or scarier. Whether they would be as popular if they existed today and were stomping down the high street, I don't know, but they're perfect for films because they are more spectacular, more awesome than most animals today, more like monsters, and yet they are real.

An Incredible Journey And All Things Dino

Dr Steve Brusatte | Posted 17.02.2014 | UK Entertainment
Dr Steve Brusatte

The new Walking With Dinosaurs film as I think this is the most realistic portrayal of dinosaurs that's ever been done on the big screen. I spend my life studying dinosaurs, pouring over the dry remains of their multi-million-year-old bones. This film brings dinosaurs to life unlike anything I've ever seen before. It brought a tear to my eye seeing the Gorgosaurus for the first time.

BBC Says 3D Has Had Its Day (Of The Doctor)

Mark J Daniels | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Entertainment
Mark J Daniels

While the exact viewing figures have yet to be released, Saturday night's one-off special Doctor Who episode was beamed to ninety-four countries aroun...

Why Film Lovers Should Love Effects Movies Too

Danny Leigh | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Entertainment
Danny Leigh

Throughout my film-going life, effects have been if not quite a dirty word for certain audiences, then one met with a weary roll of the eyes. But I've also always felt the snottiness around effects arose because they reminded critics in particular of the movies' origins as a circus entertainment, a trashy diversion designed to thrill sensation-hungry crowds.

'Gravity' Director Alfonso Cuaron: Lost in Space

Stephen Applebaum | Posted 23.12.2013 | UK Entertainment
Stephen Applebaum

"Everything came about, not unlike in the film, through adversity. Jonas Cuaron, my son, and I had written a script that we were prepping and then the financial crisis happened and the film fell apart..."

Sony To Launch Virtual Reality PS4 Headset?

Huffington Post UK | Posted 03.11.2013 | UK Tech

Sony might be about to drop a virtual reality grenade into the next-generation console war. Reports have emerged that the next PlayStation may get ...

Why Doctor Who in 3D Still Isn't Enough for Me to Invest in 3D TV

Dr Keith M. Johnston | Posted 15.04.2013 | UK Entertainment
Dr Keith M. Johnston

The news that Doctor Who's 50th anniversary special would be broadcast in 3D should, given my interest in 3D media and my long-term fandom of the Doctor and his TARDIS, be the final tipping point that pushes me over the edge into investing in a new 3D TV.

Skylanders Swap Force Is D&D For Everybody

Andy Robertson | Posted 12.04.2013 | UK Tech
Andy Robertson

Video-game franchises are notorious for over-promising and under-delivering year on year. The more successful they are the harder they find it to foll...

Microsoft Research Shows Us the Next Level of Kinect

The Next Web | Posted 06.01.2013 | UK Tech
The Next Web

While in recent years Microsoft has developed a reputation for having to play catch-up in many parts of its business, from mobile to search and even on the desktop, there's actually a healthy amount of blue-sky thinking about the future that goes on at the company.

Massive 3D 'Water Screen' To Stun London Canal With 'Psychedelic Ballet'

Huffington Post UK | Michael Rundle | Posted 10.11.2012 | UK Tech

A massive screen made of water will project a 3D geometric 'psychedelic ballet' over a London's Regents' Canal. Artist Max Hattler has been commiss...

3D Video Will Be 'As Good As Reality' In 40 Years

Huffington Post UK | Michael Rundle | Posted 25.08.2012 | UK Tech

Researchers in Europe are working on new 3D technology which they say could lead to images as 'realistic as real life' within four decades. Accordi...

Prometheus, The Great Gatsby and Why it's Time to Love 3D

Paul Bullock | Posted 31.07.2012 | UK Entertainment
Paul Bullock

No film-making tool has attracted the same level of disdain as 3D has over the last few years. Now into its third wave (fourth if you add the brief dalliance in the 20s to the more famous periods of the 50s and 80s), 3D is inspiring film fans and critics to unite in their condemnation.

Twitanic 3D: If the Titanic Had Twitter

Matt Gray | Posted 12.06.2012 | UK Comedy
Matt Gray

There's a massive billboard in the Bank underground of that kid who played Gilbert Grape lovingly looking into the eyes of the naughty nun from The Extras. Which can only mean one thing; Celine Dion is looking good for some royalties.

WATCH: Are You Ready For 'Titanic MEGA SUPER 3D'?

Huffington Post UK | Alastair Plumb | Posted 10.04.2012 | UK Comedy

With it being the centenary of the fateful voyage of the Titanic, the media is a-buzz with memories of the world's most famous ship. We've got Jul...

Beautiful Travel Photography: With A Twist

The Huffington Post UK | Harriet Williams | Posted 03.04.2012 | Home

Most people would say that photographs of technicolour Brazilian sunsets were impressive enough, but straightforward holiday snaps are not for up-and-...

Crane.tv Curates: One Room, Three Global Names at The Front Room (VIDEO)

Constantin Bjerke | Posted 27.03.2012 | Home
Constantin Bjerke

Behind a clouded glass facade on St Martins Lane lies The Front Room. This small, clean space has been the site of Crane.tv's recent project, Crane.tv...

Is There Any Escape From 3D Films?

Philip Copley | Posted 28.03.2012 | UK Tech
Philip Copley

Despite its drawbacks, 3D technology will continue to invade our lives, and it will only be a matter of time before we see 4D technology, which will see no doubt George Lucas sitting behind you at the cinema, poking you in the back of the head.

Once In A Blue, Red, Yellow, Green 3D Moon

Melanie Hick | Posted 23.01.2012 | UK Tech

This strikingly colourful 3D image of the moon has dramatically changed how scientists interpret the moon's surface. This Nasa image shows the trou...

Tintin: The Question is Whether I'll Beat the Kids to the Bookshop Tomorrow.

Rupert Duffy | Posted 26.12.2011 | UK Entertainment
Rupert Duffy

As a 10 year old at a birthday party, a carefully sculpted cowlick and trousers tucked into socks was testament to how much I liked Tintin.

In a Future of 3D Printing and Graphene, Nothing and No-One Will Be Safe From Becoming Outdated

John Fleming | Posted 18.12.2011 | UK Tech
John Fleming

Nothing is safe from the future. You know you have lived too long when you see entire technologies come and go. I realised that when the fax machine...

3D Films: Survey Shows British Public Divided

Joe Twyman | Posted 29.11.2011 | UK Entertainment
Joe Twyman

With high profile seasonal blockbusters like Harry Potter now behind us, a YouGov survey has found that the British public is divided over the latest incarnation of a format that always promises to change the way we all watch movies.