PhotoGeek Week#88 3D Everywhere

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We are just messing around this week with a short quiet one.

Hosts include Phil Greenwood and James Bellew.

James is putting a range of online visual content in place for the new website at sound acoustics.

He is using Flickr and some video of SketchUp modeling.

AudioBoo is like twitter with audio grabs and Stephen Fry is onto it now.

Photogeek on AudioBoo to follow

Animoto goes for business video from stills and graphics.

Go underwater with Google Earth. Find the Big Trousers office in the 3D warehouse.

Abandoned 747 set up as a restaurant and left to rust.

Worlds largest model rocket.

Cassini pictures of Saturn and it’s moons.
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Stereographics images shot with extreme fisheye.

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New pro video cameras from Sony, the CineAlta SRW-9000 HDCAM SR.

Panasonic develop 1080p 3D digital video.

Next3D develop home entertainment 3D systems.

The Simpsons on Ch10 in Australia in SD.

Time Machine backup using Netgear ReadyNAS under firmware update.

Jungle Disk for online backup.

iPod touch and iPhone used for military application.

PhotoGeek Gadgets

Manfrotto giveaway a monopod with every fluid head tripod

Ice TV wins court case against Ch9

Mophie Juice Pack Air

Opening and closing music by Velvedene. We close this week with “Fear your Gods”
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2 comments

  1. Great show as always guys. Just to fill you in, you dont need any particular special lens to create the Stereographics images. Its just a normal panoramic picture shot but you have to shoot the full 360 degrees around you. Then take it into photoshop, flip it upside down and run the polar coordinates filter set to rectangular to polar and Bobs ya Uncle.

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