This state-of-the-art facility is one of its kinds in this part of the country.
We live in a three dimensional world. And a new renaissance of stereoscopic cinematography is attempting to bring that dimension to life on the screen. With stereoscopic filmmaking comes an entirely new set of creative techniques, rules and editing practices.
Stereoscopy, or 3-dimensional stereoscopic projection, is a technique for creating and projecting the illusion of depth in an image by means of stereopsis for binocular vision. Stereoscopy creates the illusion of three-dimensional depth from two given sets of two-dimensional images.
3D stereoscopic films are produced by creating two views of the same screen with two separate cameras, slightly offset to simulate the distance between the eyes of the audience. By projecting these images simultaneously through a special system, with the audience wearing tinted glasses, these two views are sent to the appropriate left and right eyes where the brain fuses the images together giving the viewer a strong illusion of depth. This fused image is known as a stereogram. This new experience is drawing audiences to see a number of scientific films made in stereoscopic 3D. The current show going on is : Return to The Lost World, wherein a professor visits an unknown island full of strange creatures.
The highly anticipated sequel to Red Star’s smash-hit attraction film THE LOST WORLD sees a helicopter accident leave stressed executive Bob adrift in a boat at sea. Traumatised by his earlie
Fly Me to the Moon combines the Apollo 11 mission with a whimsical twist involving three tween-aged flies who go along on an incredible space adventure. Fly Me to the Moon introduces new generation
You are invited to experience the plight of our fragile planet and its changing environments on the giant screen in cutting-edge 3D. Join respected American television journalist Walter Cronkite on
The National Council of Science Museums documented the geography and culture along two major rivers of India - Brahmaputra and Cauvery. These documentaries were shot in stereoscopic 3D movies which
It is a short 3D film developed by the National Council of Science Museums. In short duration of 4 minutes, all the eight planets of our Solar System are described buth in lyric and tune thrugh a s