The BTK::3D-Lab is proud to be a member of the 3D Innovation Center now, hosted at Heinrich Hertz Institute in Berlin, supported by the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, and accompanied by some very main institutes, companies, and persons, seriously engaged in all kinds of 3D.
The following invitation to a study on 3-D interaction in virtual environments at the Fraunhofer IPK was brought to us by Clayton Mellina and Johann Habakuk Israel: Within a long term research project on 3-D interaction in virtual environments we are searching for participants for a study from September 9th until September 13th. The study… Read More »
Demonstration of very smooth transitions between an extreme close-up and a really large field of view – without even getting noticed by the observer. These transitions are automatically done with the Multiview Stereo-Camera-Rig for C4D which I developed for the big stereoscopic 3D animation project we made for the Berlin German Museum of Technology (resp.… Read More »
To the participants of the TiME-Lab Project in co-operation with Heinrich Hertz Institute, we’ll meet on Friday, June 24th, 2011, 2:00 pm in the foyer of Heinrich Hertz Institut Einsteinufer 37 10587 Berlin We’ll get a demonstration resp. explanation of what the TiME-Lab is and how it works by Mr. Kauff and Mr. Weissig; further… Read More »
Concerning our external project in co-operation with the HHI TiME Lab – Tomorrow’s immersive Media Experience Lab – I created a very first C4D stereoscopic 3D camera setup to fit in the extraordinary TiME Lab projection skills. Several problems came up here … to discuss our further proceeding we’ll come together for our first meeting… Read More »
After renovation, we recently started running the BTK 3D-Lab again: White walls are now waiting to get decorated with your 3D images, and our latest technical acquisition, the really big LG 47″ 3D screen with – passive – polarized glasses, needs your stereoscopic 3D pictures and animations, as well. If you are interested in what… Read More »