What is active 3D? What is passive 3D? And what is circular polarized 3D? What is the best 3D TV? These are all questions that we are constantly asked here at INGRI:DAHL. This is a animated video that we made a while back to describe the different 3D technologies in a very simple way:
As a great pre-party to the awaited Jurassic Park 4 3D that comes out in June, the original Jurassic Park is now playing in theaters in a 3D release. We at INGRI:DAHL are so excited to relive a part of our childhood and watch the magic of Steven Spielberg come alive in 3D. And if you didn’t see it when it came out 20 years ago, this an excellent opportunity to catch a classic on the big screen – and in 3D nonetheless!
About Jurassic Park 3D:
Huge advancements in scientific technology have been able to create an island full of living dinosaurs. John Hammond has invited four individuals, plus his two grandchildren to join him at Jurassic Park. But will everything go to plan? Especially when one of the parks own workers attempt to steal the dinosaurs embryos, and have to shut down all the electricity in the process. It’s now a race for survival with everyone located all over the island.Written by Film_Fan (IMDB)
Everyone at INGRI:DAHL loves Jeff Amaral. From the second he reaches out his hand to introduce himself, his optimistic and energetic presence strikes you. Not only has he worked as the 3D engineer on Great Gatsby 3D and Amazing Spiderman 3D, he is also an amazing 3D photographer. And when Jeff reached out and asked if he could take a 3D picture of the 3D twins, we knew we had to grab the chance. If you have a 3D screen or alternatively a pair of anaglyph aka red/blue 3D glasses available, you can now check out two of the 3D pictures from the shoot below. If not, they’re pretty neat in 2D too!
We at INGRI:DAHL have always been fans of Geneva Film Company headed by TED speaker and 3D expert, James Stewart. Lately, they have been working on an incredibly cool 3D project, Foxed. It took 52 shoot days to make this 3 minute long stereoscopic 3D, stop-motion short film. And the finished product is downright impressive, check out the trailer below:
Emily has been Foxed! in this 3D stop-motion tale of fighting for what you believe in. Filmed in stunning 3D, Director James Stewart crafts a cautionary tale about child labor, growing up in an environment of parental control, and how children are often misunderstood in the eyes of their parents.
Starring: Athena Karkanis and Fiona Highet.
Directed by: James Stewart and Nev Bezaire.
Trailer music: ‘Darkest Child’ Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Here are some pictures from the Young Female Entrepreneurs Los Angeles (YFE) event in March. The event, that took place at Magnolia Place in Pasadena, featured Caroline Tran, who shared her story about how she transitioned from a 9-5 teaching job to working full time doing photography. This YFE was hosted by the lovely trio Dorothy, Kat Rogers, and Kristine.
Young Female Entrepreneurs is an online platform that connects entrepreneurial women in their 20s and 30s with new people, brands, and headlines that help them start and grow businesses. The YFE mission is to help young women on their path to profitable businesses while building a collective reputation that is philanthropic, successful, multi-faceted, and collaborative.
Kine & Einy started designing 3D eyewear while still in college. This blog follows the daily life at INGRI:DAHL as well as it features inspirational posts by fellow entrepreneurs and designers. To purchase your own pair of INGRI:DAHL glasses, check out http://www.ingridahl.com