Next Transformative Paradigm for 21st Century Filmmaking Immerses Viewers into the Stereoscopic 3rd Dimension

The Next Transformative Paradigm for 21st Century Filmmaking
Immerses Viewers into the Stereoscopic 3rd Dimension
 

“i choose to re-invent, transform and ‘dimensionalize’ –
my stories, my work, my art, my life.”
~{ sarah nean bruce, storyteller }
10.10.10 10:10



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« to me, the term “3-Dimensional paradigm” seems apropos
by virtue of its 15th century origination »
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par•a•digm |ˈparəˌdīm|
ORIGIN late 15th cent.: via late Latin
from Greek paradeigma,
from paradeiknunai ‘show side by side,’
from para- ‘beside’ + deiknunai ‘to show.’

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Mind Bending ~ Outside In / Inside Out

 

BEYOND 3D ... Transmogrifying Dimensional Illusion. The Tesseract, also called an 8-cell or regular octachoron, is the four-dimensional analog of the cube. The outer surface consists of 6 square faces, while the hypersurface has 8 cubical cells. This Tesseract is a 3D projection of the 8-cell performing a double rotation about two orthogonal planes. Artists and writers have used the geometry of the Tesseract to produce surrealistic effects, for instance in Salvador Dalí's Crucifixion (Corpus Hypercubus), and Robert A. Heinlein's classic science fiction short story "—And He Built a Crooked House—" (1940) in which an earthquake causes a house built in the shape of the net of a tesseract to fold into an actual tesseract. In the film "Flatland: The Movie" a model of a tesseract at the end is used to imply the existence of a physical fourth dimension to the inhabitants of the third. {Wiki}

 

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20th Century 3-D
(a fad or an experiment?)

 

1950s 3-D came too soon, then disappeared after 5 years

 

 

 

The Rise & Fall of The 20th Century 3rd DIMENSION

 

 

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2 responses to “Next Transformative Paradigm for 21st Century Filmmaking Immerses Viewers into the Stereoscopic 3rd Dimension

  1. Pingback: Audio Post 10.10.10 « sarah nean bruce ~ living in urbia·

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