The history 3D technological revolution

3D technology

3D technology was explored at the beginning of the films. In 1844 David Brewster invented the stereoscope. This is a new thing that 3D photography can take. Later, Louis Jules Dubosque took the invention and developed it. Louis photographed Queen Victoria using state-of-the-art technology at the 1851 Grand Exhibition. The film is very popular all over the world. Stereoscopic cameras began to catch on and were as common as they were used by World War II.

Kinetoscope, a stereo the animation camera, was invented in 1855. It was able to create 3D animation. The first Anaglyph film was made in 1915. Anaglyph technology uses 3D glasses with two different colored lenses that divert the image to each eye. In 1890, William Fries-Green, a pioneer in British cinema, received a patent for a 3D film process. The first public 3D film, “The Power of Love”, was released in 1922. The first 3D color film was made in 1935. The use of technology has been dormant for over a decade.

1950s, 3D technology

By the 1950s, 3D technology was making a comeback. During this time TVs became very popular and began to appear in most homes. Most 3D movies are made in the 50s. “Mr. Devil” was performed by United Artists in 1952 throughout the United States. It was the first 3D film of the 50s. The film was shot using a process called Natural Vision.

The process was transferred to a Hollywood studio, but everything was approved. One year later, in 1953, “House of Wax” was released in 3D. “Dial M for  was originally scheduled to be released in 3D, but Alfred Hitchcock decided to release the film in 2D to maximize profits. Not all movie theaters have 3D technology. 3D movies are also produced outside the United States. In 1947 the Soviet Union released its first full-length 3D film “Robinson Crusoe”.

Space-Vision 3D

A new technology called Space-Vision 3D was released in the 1960s. Two photos were taken in this manner and printed one by one in  Unlike previous 3D techniques, this requires a single project with a separate lens. This new technology eliminates the need to use dual cameras to display 3D movies. Because the two cameras need to be properly aligned, the dual-camera system is difficult to use. The first film to use this technique was “The Bubble”. The film was well received by critics, but the 3D experience still brings huge audiences. It turned out to be a fascinating film by inspiring other studios to promote new techniques.

In 1970, Alan Sillifont and Chris Condon developed an idea. It is a new 3D technology that combines the two images into a 35 mm film. In this method a special anamorphic lens was used to enhance the image using a series of polaroid filters. The first film to be released on stereovision was the softcore *** comedy “The Stewardesses”. The film cost only $ 100,000 USD to make and grossed a whopping $ 27 million in North America.

3D films released

Many 3D films released in the 1980s used the same process Space Vision. Other films released include Amityville 3-D, Friday 13th Episode III and Jaws 3-D.iMAX began producing documentary films in 3D. Imax 3D technology emphasizes mathematical accuracy and reduces eye fatigue as seen in previous 3D technology. In 1986, Canada produced the first 3D film using split mirrors. It is called the “Echoes of the Sun” and is designed for Expo86.

In the 1990s, several films were released in IMAX 3D. The most successful IMAX 3D movie released this season is “Something in the Deep”. The first IMAX 3D film was released in 1996.

In the 2000s, several major studio films were released in 3D. In 2003, Cameron released Ghosts of the Abyss. This is the first full-featured 3D IMAX feature film. The film uses the latest IMAX 3D technology called the reality camera system.

HD video camera

The technology uses the latest HD video cameras and was developed by Vince Pace. The same approach was used in “Spy Kids 3D: Game Over”, “Aliens of the Deep” and “The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lovergirl in 3-D”. The first fully animated 3D film was released in 2004. It was called the “Polar Express”. The film was so successful in 3D that it sparked interest in 3D animated films.

The 3D version earns 14 times more money per screen than the 2D version. In 2005, The Man’s Chinese 6 Theater became the first Hollywood movie theater to incorporate digital 3D technology. Scar 3D was released worldwide in 2007 and became the first film to be screened using full digital mobility.

launched on January 1 in South Korea. The channel broadcasts educational programs, animation shows, sports programs, documentaries and music shows in 3D, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

We expect to continue to use 3D technology and extend it to the general family. Most major electronics manufacturers are planning to launch their own 3D television lines. As technology advances, prices will fall further and as prices fall, more and more people will be able to buy 3D TVs.