SOURCE: Madison Media Institute - College of Media Arts

Madison Media Institute - College of Media Arts

October 01, 2009 16:53 ET

Dimensionalization: Turning 2D Into 3D Presentation at Madison Media Institute

MADISON, WI--(Marketwire - October 1, 2009) - Neil Feldman from In-Three Corporation will be presenting how "G-Force," the children's animated film, was turned from a 2-dimensional feature into a 3-dimensional film at Madison Media Institute on Tuesday, October 6th at noon.

Dimensionalization is a method developed by In-Three of converting 2D content to stereoscopic 3D content. Instead of capturing or shooting with two (dual) cameras as is the traditional process for creating 3D, dimensionalization converts 2D to 3D. "Cost is a main concern in today's film production environment and through this new technique, In-Three delivers studio incredible work," states Neil Feldman. "No dual-camera stereo rigs were hurt in the making of 'G-Force.'"

Beginning in early 2000, Mr. Feldman saw the potential for digital image-based 3D that would eliminate the limitations of previous 3D display technologies. He saw that this could be accomplished by taking advantage of the impending conversion of analog (35mm print-based) movie theaters to digital cinema (D-Cinema) projection. Neil has helped In-Three evolve from a technology development organization into a new kind of post-production facility that addresses a burgeoning market for compelling 3D content. In-Three is located in Westlake Village, California.

Madison Media Institute, established in 1969, specializes in media career training through hands-on work with cutting-edge equipment. Specific areas of curriculum include Digital Media Design & Production, Recording & Music Technology, Video & Motion Graphics, Media Systems Technology, Game Art & Animation and Entertainment & Media Business. Programs and facilities are continually upgraded to coincide with developments made in technology and communications.

Madison Media Institute is accredited nationally by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology. For more information please visit or call 1-800-236-4997.

Contact Information

  • Nella Citino
    Chair, Dept. of Video and Motion Graphics
    2702 Agriculture Drive
    Madison, WI 53718
    608 663 2000
    608 238 8367