TimeSlice Films has created the world’s first stereoscopic camera array sequences for feature film – Street Dance 3D – and they have been well received: “There’s also a pioneering 3D bullet-time moment that’s worth the price of admission alone.” viewlondon.co.uk

Tim Macmillan pioneered our stereoscopic work for film when IMAX commissioned Tim to deliver 3D TimeSlice sequences back in 2000. The aim was to see what camera array looked like in high resolution 3D, even for their time the results were apparently stunning. 10 years later we finally have our first 3D feature film under our belts. Working alongside Max Penner of ParadiseFX, we were commissioned to capture a number of different moments from various dance routines in the film. The TimeSlice sequences were then used as ’scratch cuts’, acting as quick cut-aways within each piece. The end results are eye catching moments of well known dance acts like Flawless & Diversity in mid action, jump, back-flips…

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