Marvin The Martian In The Third Dimension (1996)

Marvin The Martian In The Third Dimension (1996)


First stereoscopic 3d polygonal short film

Marvin the Martian in the Third Dimension
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1) First short polygonal film  (12 minutes) in stereoscopic 3d (watch more about 3d - Hypercube (1965)  

2) Looney Tunes film which is currently being shown at Drayton Manor Theme Park in Drayton Bassett, Staffordshire, England. It was formerly an attraction at Warner Bros. Movie World in Gold Coast, Australia, Movie Park Germany and Six Flags Great America. It mixed the old art of anaglyphic or polarized film (viewed with 3D glasses), and the relatively new art of CGI.

3) No home 3d version available.

4) First use of stereoscopic computer animation in thetrical 3d release (vector graphics, partly computer animated) was in "We Are Born of Stars" (1985) (now available in polarized IMAX 3D format). Using computer graphics, the film traces the development of life from the formation of atomic nuclei in stars to the molecular structure of water and DNA, zooming the audience through the five-billion-year evolution of our solar system. This was the first Anaglyph single projector 3D film created for IMAX/IMAX Dome projection, in Tskuba Science City, Japan. First full lenght (partly CGI animated) stereoscopic 3d film was documentary "Dinosaurs and Other Amazing Creatures" (1995)  (110 min.).

5) Watch The Polar Express (2004) for more.