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INGRI:DAHL Welcomes New Summer Intern!

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Caroline Saba was born in Manhattan, where she spent the first nine years of her life. Following that she moved to a small beach town in New Jersey. Caroline loves the beach, but the excitement and energy of the city inevitably lured her back. Currently a senior at New York University studying Psychology and The Business of Entertainment, she plans to graduate in December of this year and would love a career in the entertainment industry. Caroline is passionate about fashion, the movies, food and all things pastry. Her fashion go to usually involves sunglasses and a wristwatch. Lately, she is shamelessly hooked on Game of Thrones. She is excited to be apart of the INGRI:DAHL team!

Cheers,

INGRI:DAHL crew

P.S.: End this wonderful Thursday with an action packed movieWatch Epic in 3D, Star Trek 3D, or Iron Man 3 in 3D with your new pair of INGRI:DAHLs

Guess who’s on MSN Glo?!!

We’re so overjoyed and excited to be featured on glo.msn.com!!

Go check it out here!!

Get you dad some cool new shades this Father’s Day just in time for World War Z in 3D!!

Cheers,

Ingri:Dahl crew

Vogue! Vogue! Vogue!

What better way to start an ordinary weekday with some extraordinary news?!

INGRI:DAHL has been featured on the Vogue Italia website!!

We’re on cloud nine and can’t stop smiling 😀

Go check it out!! (click the image below)

Photo credit to the three super talented photographers that we have been so very fortunate to work with: Tamara Maddox, Kenji O. and Andrew Shulkind

Have a great rest of the day!

Cheers,

INGRI:DAHL crew

P.S.: End this amazing Tuesday with an action packed movie!!

Watch Epic in 3D, Star Trek 3D, or Iron Man 3 in 3D with your new pair of INGRI:DAHLs!!

EPIC in 3D

If you liked Ice Age: Continental Drift 3D, you will be beyond excited for Chris Wedge’s new adventurous, animated film, EPIC in 3D! Starring voices from Blake Anderson, Aziz Ansari, Beyoncé, Steven Tyler, and Josh Hutcherson, EPIC in 3D is a must see film of the week! So grab your favorite pair of INGRI:DAHL 3D glasses and watch it with your friends and family!


About EPIC in 3D

A young teenage girl is magically transported into a miniature world of the deep forest, where an ongoing battle between nature preservers and destroyers embroils. Along with her new friends, she sets out on a new adventure to save both our world and theirs.

Cheers,

INGRI:DAHL crew

PS. It’s not too late to get your pair of 3D glasses for Star Trek 3D
here!

Why 3D films are causing headaches!

As many of you know, ever since the 3D film Avatarstereo and multiview video entertainment (aka 3D) has become a very popular trend. However, as the realm of 3D cinema increases, many viewers have steered away from the new technology. Why? Many viewers report that the special effects in the 3D films cause eyestrains and headaches.

And so, in an effort to understand these technical problems, the Graphics and Media Lab CMC at Lomonosov Moscow State University, conducted research and analysis on the stereoscopic camera systems in five popular 3D films. Utilizing a unique tool for stereo video quality measurement (VQMT3D), the lab found that the key reasons for visual discomfort from 3D film viewing were (1) horizontal
disparity (2) vertical disparity (3) color mismatch (4) sharpness mismatch.
Ross Copeland, a post-production stereographer, reports that “filming 3D is
complex, and even the best rigs and crews can end up with some issues in shots
that must then be fixed in postproduction. Some problems can be fixed easily,
some are very difficult and some cannot be fixed at all…(However, the
development of software tools), will help improve 3D filming, helping produce a
much more comfortable viewer experience.”

Based on an analysis of Resident Evil: Afterlife and Galapagos: the Enchanted Voyage,few of the detected problems they found were:

1)   Huge inter-view color and geometry mismatches

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2)   Excessive positive parallax artifact, which causes viewing to be painful when projected on a big TV or 3D projector due to eye divergence

3)   Inter-frame sharpness mismatch

The lab analyzed 10 different movies that showed color mismatches in the 3D frames based on their respective color mismatch metric numbers.

Even more so, the lab created a histogram that laid out the mismatch metric values distribution throughout each film.

Ok, great. So what does this all mean?

Well, the decreasing number of color mismatches on the charts shows that improvements are being made in stereo quality, meaning less eye strains and headaches for 3D viewers! The Graphics and Media Lab are constantly working to improve the viewer experience and soon hope that a high 3D video quality will result in more viewers leaving the theaters with less annoyance and good impressions from the image quality and storytelling.

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Cheers,

INGRI:DAHL crew

 
PS. It’s not too late to get your pair of 3D glasses for Star Trek 3D
here!

INGRI:DAHL explains: The simplest (and maybe the silliest) explanation between active and passive 3D

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:

Cheers,

INGRI:DAHL crew

PS. If you buy your 3D glasses today, you’ll have them in time for The Great Gatsby that comes out in 3D, May 10th!

INGRI:DAHL recommends: Jurassic Park 3D

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)

Cheers,

INGRI:DAHL crew

PS. If you buy your 3D glasses today, you’ll have them in time for The Great Gatsby that comes out in 3D, May 10th!

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