For 3D haters out there, here’s more fuel for your fire. We recently reported that Guillermo Del Toro had to make a 3D conversion for his next movie, Pacific Rim.
A new hybrid printer can print out cartilage for implantation into victims of sporting and other injuries, say its developers.
Is 3D done, on the way out, or here to stay?
Universal Pictures has released a trailer for the 3D release of its classic dinosaur thriller.
Cornell researchers have created an autonomous flying robot that they say can maneuver around obstacles as efficiently as a bird.
With a lot of film fans, all it takes is one simple term to get their hackles up: 3D. Yes, the format was termed the salvation of the industry some years back, and it’s now a necessary evil to get your movie played in China.
I saw The Creature From the Black Lagoon in 3D at an all night horror marathon last year, and I have to say it was great fun indeed.
Recently, we reported that plans were underway to convert Top Gun to 3D. As many of you probably remember, Top Gun was the #1 film of 1986, and it’s remarkable how much nostalgia there is for the film today.
3D gaming hasn't exactly taken off like many console makers and game devs hoped it would.
NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) has acquired stereo images of the moon in high resolution (0.5 to 2 meters/pixel) that provide highly detailed 3D views of the surface.
With Frankenweenie, Tim Burton has clearly come full circle.
Whether you liked his work or not, the late Tony Scott was where every director wanted to be with his career - at the top of his game, and heavily in demand.
Win, lose or draw, The Dark Knight Rises was going to make a ton of money, and it's currently one of a handful of films that's made over a billion dollars world-wide.
It’s been in the works for quite some time, there was even a teaser trailer shown at Comic-Con, but now it’s official: Godzilla will be back in 3D on May 16, 2014.
It seems like 3D is all the rage these days, and Guillermo del Toro's upcoming Pacific Rim film may be forcibly converted to the struggling format - whether the veteran director wants it or not.
Future movies are likely to move much faster than the current 24 frames a second.
I loved Avatar when I saw it opening day, and also have it on DVD. But of course, we’ve all been wondering, when is it (officially) coming out in 3D for the home?
Web developers could soon be able to start including interactive 3D in their applications, thanks to new standardization efforts.
As we’ve seen with the mad 3D crusade, Hollywood is doing everything it can to bring audiences back to the movie theaters.
As we recently reported on TG, there’s been a lot of speculation about yet another Jurassic Park film. With everything being rebooted these days, why not, right?