“Thriller,” the music video of Michael Jackson, will be released in 3D

The mythical video of the singer, dancer and songwriter Michael Jackson, Thriller, released for the first time in 1982 and which is considered the best video of all time, hailed the then King of Pop. Now it returns in a new 3D format. According to a publication of the Daily News,...
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Face reconstruction shows Richard III in 3D

The face of the English King Richard III, whose remains were discovered in a car park in the city of Leicester, has been reconstructed in three dimensions. The Richard III Society unveiled on Tuesday a plastic mold made from a digital reconstruction of the face, which reflects...

Virtual Wall Allows 3D Manipulation

The research team of Modeling, Visualization, Interaction and Virtual Reality (MOVING) from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain; presented the ‘EstereoWall.’ This virtual wall can display any image and anyone equipped with a controller and 3D glasses can work his way...

A 3D Printer Can Regenerate Bones

A team of researchers from the Washington University (USA) began to use a 3D printer that can create bones with a material very similar to the bone tissue. According to scientists it could help repair injuries. Currently this kind of printers have been used to create prosthetics....

Juan Pablo Elias a Gifted Artist

His childhood hobby took an Ecuadorian artist to triumph in 3D contest in New York. “Juxtaposed, abstract and surreal,” this is how Juan Pablo Elias Gomez, an Ecuadorian of 27-years that from an early age started to draw as a hobby. Participating in several contest in his high...

Sony Launches Personal 3D Viewer

The Japanese company Sony will introduce to the market a personal visor that fits over the head to watch movies, music videos and 3D games. This piece of high technology, called HMZ 3D combines glasses and earplugs. It also has Blu-ray connectivity, it uses OLED display from...

No 3D Glasses Required

Toshiba introduced the first 3D TV screen that doesn’t require especial glasses this Monday. Toshiba informed the TV is for individual use due to its size (it will only come in 12 and 20 inch presentations). Toshiba uses tiny glasses, which direct the screen light to 9 spots in...