A set-piece of this year’s SXSW Film panels was “3D Day”: a two-part
three-hour overview of stereoscopic moviemaking. Kicking off the event
was an introductory lecture on 3D’s basic science and technological
history. The event was led by Tim Dashwood, a 3D evangelist who has
worked in the format as a director, DP and editor.
iW caught up with him afterward and got his thoughts on the past, present and future of the technology.
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