1. Dana Fuchs “Golden Eyes” directed by Doug Trumbull and Mark Anton Read - 2048x1080 HFR 60FPS

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    Dana Fuchs “Golden Eyes” directed by Doug Trumbull and Mark Anton Read. Dana Fuchs is a powerhouse of a performer who completely fills the room with energy, starring in this short film alongside classic Vaudevillian, Keith "Bindlestiff" Nelson. Golden Eyes Featurette & Behind the scenes premiered at NAB 2011, with the full length debut being in HFR-120fps-3D, this VIMEO version is full-length monocular 2048x1080@60FPS, with 30fps HD & SD EQUIPMENT & PROCESS: In the evolution of Trumbull's original High Frame Rate Showscan process, this short film is an example of the power of HFR 3D in digital cinema. The Phantom 65-Z3D (MKBK - Dedo Weigert Film - Vision Research - AbelCine) is a single camera 3D production system that uses Zepar twin lenses inside a single housing to capture stereo images on a single 65mm sensor. Each of the two images is equivalent in size to a Super-35mm film frame, with associated characteristics like depth of field and field of view. The Phantom 65 is capable of high frame-rate recording. Golden Eyes is shot at a nominal 120fps, up to 360fps and mastered at 120fps HFR Stereoscopic 3D and sub-mastered to 60, 48, 30 & 24 stereo and mono versions - See more at: http://danafuchs.com/love-to-beg-in-stores-today-highline-ballroom-this-friday-golden-eyes-music-video http://www.douglastrumbull.com/ http://www.markantonread.com/ http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3421258/?ref_=nm_flmg_dr_1 https://vimeo.com/82539609 http://blog.abelcine.com/2011/04/08/doug-trumbulls-phantom-65-z3d-shoot

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    • CREATING THE COSMOS (Atmospheric Cut) | SHANKS FX

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      I finally reveal one of my most effective techniques, "THE SHEET OF GLASS" effect for creating the Cosmos. Don't be overwhelmed, it's quite simple once you get the hang of it. Check out more of our work at ---> http://MovieMagicNow.com In Association with ---> PBS Digital Studios

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      • ROUGHCUT_DougTrumbull_NAB2012_nVIDIA/HP_Presentation

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        ROUGHCUT - Doug Trumbull NAB2012 Presentation. Showscan Digital - Missing Doug's Intro. Need to Slate and VO Intro by Doug. Audio & Video need sweetening & Stabilization

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        • Doug Trumbull - Virtual Studio - UNREEL & ROSS

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          Doug Trumbull on set interview.

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          • DOUG TRUMBULL Shoot with UNREEL Day 1

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            TRUMBULL STUDIO Day one with ZGCrane. A simple Virtual Set test shot in 2 hours from concept to completion. Brainstorm Rendering engine with nVidia Quadro 6000 SDI I/O hardware.

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            • Doug Trumbull Virtual Set Studio

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              Douglas Trumbull takes us through his state of the art virtual studio R+D stage - realtime 3D camera tracking, rendering, compositing. Using realtime virtual sets by FMJ http://www.fullmentaljacket.com/librarysets/ http://douglastrumbull.com http://unreel.com

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              • Doug Trumbull’s Phantom 65-Z3D Shoot

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                Legendary filmmaker and visual effects pioneer Doug Trumbull is the first in North America to shoot with the new Phantom 65-Z3D system. The music video “Golden Eyes,” shot on location in New York and featuring Dana Fuchs, was co-directed by Doug and director & visual effects technologist Mark Anton Read. The Phantom 65-Z3D is a single camera 3D production system that uses Zepar twin lenses inside a single housing to capture stereo images on a single 65mm sensor. Each of the two images is equivalent in size to a Super-35mm film frame, with associated characteristics like depth of field and field of view. The Phantom 65 is capable of high frame-rate recording, and Doug chose to shoot at 120fps as a ‘real time’ speed and 320fps for slow motion sequences. The complete system is small, lightweight and easy to set up. “The lens pairs are perfectly matched and aligned, and weigh only a couple of pounds, making the entire package so small, it easily fits on the Steadicam,” said Trumbull. “This first experiment involved extremely dynamic movement of camera and subject, often going 360-degrees multiple times. We shot all day without any problems.” Phantom 65-Z3D is a joint collaboration of Vision Research, MKBK of Moscow, Dedo Weigert Film of Germany and AbelCine. By utilizing a single sensor, the P65-Z3D is like a pair of parallel cameras, in that there is no toeing-in for convergence. By adding the capability to adjust the lenses horizontally in front of the sensor, thus changing the distance between the lenses, it is possible to affect the zero parallax distance and therefore determine the point where objects appear in front of the screen and behind the screen. The resulting images produced by the system’s parallel capture are clean and free of optical distortion from beamsplitters or image keystoning. “I feel that the Phantom 65-Z3D offers opportunities for 3D that cannot be achieved with heavier dual camera beamsplitter systems” Trumbull added. “I am extremely impressed with the results, and intend to use this system next as part of my development of a system for shooting virtual sets and locations in 3D with real-time compositing.” Watch the video for a behind-the-scenes look at “Golden Eyes” narrated by Doug Trumbull. Dailies from the 3D music video will be available for viewing at AbelCine’s NAB booth #C8932. For more info, visit our blog: http://blog.abelcine.com/2011/04/08/doug-trumbulls-phantom-65-z3d-shoot/

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