Tag Archives: Stereoscopy

Ingri:Dahl partners with 3D Enhanced Dimensions!

Ingri:Dahl has officially become a corporate sponsor for 3D Enhanced Dimension’s latest 3D Web Series, Crime Squad!

Crime Squad is a new multi-part comedy web series that tells the story of Richard Rize and Dawn Shine, two hapless 1970’s cops as they bumble their way through their crime fighting duties.

Like the Crime Squad Facebook Page and stay in the loop for more info and teasers for the upcoming web series!

Cheers,

Ingri:Dahl Crew

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R.I.P.D. premieres tomorrow!!

Do you ever wonder what happens to you after you die?

Well for Nick, a recently slain cop, life seems to only get better. Immediately after his death, Nick joins a team of undead police officers working for the Rest in Peace Department. With his trusty mentor Roy, Nick sets out to save the living world from gruesome monsters seeking to escape judgment.

R.I.P.D., starring Jeff Bridges, Ryan Reynolds, Kevin Bacon, and Mary-Louise Parker premieres tomorrow July 19, 2013!! Dive into an action-filled adventure between the living and the dead, and ,of course, hunky Ryan Reynolds with your stylish I:D glasses!

Cheers,

Ingri:Dahl crew

TURBO 3D

Everyone dreams, even snails! Turbo always dreamed of winning the Indy 500 but as an ordinary garden snail, he couldn’t really stand a chance. But just when he thought all hope was lost, a freak accident gives him lightening speed, allowing him to chase after his greatest wishes!

Surprise your whole family with new Ingri:Dahl 3D glasses for the Turbo 3D premiere tomorrow!!

 

Cheers,

Ingri:Dahl crew

Despicable Me 2 in 3D

Villians, world-saving, and yellow minions!

Gru is back with his three adorable daughters and hilarious minions, except this time, he’s out to save the world with the Anti-Villian League.

Despicable Me 2 premieres tomorrow, July 3rd, and even better, it’s in 3D!!!

So purchase your new Ingri:Dahl’s and head over to your nearest theater for an amazing movie night!!!

Cheers,

Ingri:Dahl crew

Midweek Motivation: K-World Style Editor, Lauren

We at INGRI:DAHL love to interview inspiring and motivational people for our weekly Midweek Motivation column. Reading about another person’s experiences or take on how to be successful give us a kick midweek to give a little extra at our designer 3D glasses company! This week we have interviewed K-World Style Editor, Lauren. Enjoy!

Cheers,

Find K-World Style on K-World Style, Facebook, and Twitter!

Man of Steel Hits Theaters Tomorrow!!

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Superman!

Hey movie lovers, we have great news for you!

Man of Steel in 3D hits theaters tomorrow, June 14!


Look your best in front of the suave Clark Kent with your new pair of Ingri:Dahl 3D glasses!

And for those of you that sport glasses like Superman’s alter ego Clark, grab some awesome clip-ons for the show!

Enjoy! 😀

Cheers,

Ingri:Dahl Crew

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.

Want more information? Check out YUV SOFT!!

Cheers,

INGRI:DAHL crew

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