3D Film Showcase

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3D Film Showcase

  1. Tuesday, December 16, 2014 7:00 p.m.
3D Camera Rig
This program highlights the stereoscopic 3D artistry, creativity, and technical accomplishments of students, faculty, and staff at Indiana University. Join us for an evening of adventure and education in the third dimension as we show you student projects and professional productions utilizing stereoscopic 3D video and animation to tell stories and inform audiences. Much of the program is suitable for audiences of all ages, while parental discretion is advised for some of the shorts. If you would like more information, please send us an email at iucinema@indiana.edu.


Presented in cooperation with the UITS Advanced Visualization Lab and The Media School Department of Telecommunications. The program includes:

A Universe of Questions
How do supercomputers help scientists learn answers to questions about our universe?

High Tech Astronomy
Take a peek into the world of high tech astronomy with a visit to the 3.5 meter WIYN Telescope housed at the National Optical Astronomy Observatory facilities on Kitt Peak in Arizona.

Lunar Stereographs
This slideshow of stereographs (three dimensional photographs) show the lunar surface from the perspective of the Apollo Program astronauts that walked on the moon between 1969 and 1973.

Your Move
A depressed workaholic feels trapped and makes the bold move to do something about it.

Space Aliens Drank All of Our Beer
In order to learn about American youth culture, a group of aliens invade a college party and are subsequently challenged to a beer pong competition.

In The Attic Room
A man returns to his abandoned, childhood home to confront a fear that has plagued him as long as he can remember.

Knot That Easy
A lonely clown must learn how to clown on his own for the first time.

Out of the Coffin
A detective taking on a case involving vampires must also hide the fact the he himself is one of the undead.

Hypnic
A man in a dream must find a friend in need before time runs out.

Behind the Scenes
Enjoy a slideshow of 3D behind the scenes images from the student productions.

The Advanced Visualization Lab at Indiana University is a unit of the Research Technologies division of UITS; Research Technologies is a PTI Cyberinfrastructure and Service Center.