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kristopherkendall 04-30-2011 8:42 PM

First 3D shreding!!!!!!
I think this might be the first. This is just a teaser of whats to come but let me know what you think. Grab you 3D glasses and check this out in true stereoscopic 3D!!!!!!! I know glasses can be anoying but feeling like your in the boat or out in the water is worth every bit!!!!


downfortheride 05-01-2011 1:12 AM

Nice now I need some Shades... DAMIT

snoopy1173 05-01-2011 7:32 AM

not to ruin your fun, but theres a video on vimeo of freddy von osten thats in 3-D....its a pretty sweet video if anyone wants to post a link of it

kristopherkendall 05-01-2011 9:55 AM

Nice Ill check it! and if you need red/blue glasses you can pick nice plastic ones up for about a doll hair on ebay and i think walmart as well

kristopherkendall 05-01-2011 9:59 AM

http://vimeo.com/19621703 Here's the link you were talking about. But it was only shot with one camera so its not really 3d, just an anaglyph offset in editing. Still in the running for stereoscopic 3d wake! Cheay!! haha

wakebrdr38 05-01-2011 11:57 AM

There is actually a show that is being played rather frequently on DirecTV's 3d channel called 3NET. It has about 30 mins of video with some of the pro riders from Cali riding behind MB boats. All chaseboat shots and its all in 3d. Its pretty much like sitting in the chase boat. Nose grab backrolls in slow motion and in 3d are pretty AWESOME!

kristopherkendall 05-01-2011 12:00 PM

Dope! I want Direct tv now!!!! My buddy who produces films for red bull said there selling a lot of footy to 3d channels.

irishrider92 05-02-2011 10:43 AM

Are there 2 different kinds of 3d glasses? Tried using a pair from a 3d cinema and no luck. :(

2tuff 05-02-2011 11:40 AM


Originally Posted by irishrider92 (Post 1675927)
Are there 2 different kinds of 3d glasses? Tried using a pair from a 3d cinema and no luck. :(

I think that video needs red/blue glasses - old school style

kristopherkendall 05-04-2011 11:41 AM

Ya man, Cinima uses polorized glasses, with youtube you can use the red/blue glasses or you can use active shutter(battery powered) or polorized with the proper 3d monitor or tv
Heres the new link

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