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3D For Film and TV Short Course

Overview

De Montfort University through the Imaging and Displays Research Group is pleased to offer a programme of short courses in 3D imaging tailored for the film and television industry imaging specialists and those with a specific interest in the field. The course aims to equip participants with the knowledge to successfully enter the growing 3D industry.

Structure and content

The course provides a concrete understanding of basic principles and pitfalls that should be considered for 3D capture and display. Providing hands on time with state-of-the-art 3D cameras and display systems, the course combines traditional lecture sessions with "workshop" sessions at De Montfort University's holographic laboratory.

Course objectives

This course has the following objectives:
  • To provide a concrete understanding of the principles of 3D capture and display
  • To improve capabilities with up to date 3D technology, including cameras and display systems
  • To equip participants to enter the growing 3D industry

Who the course is for

The course is designed for Film and Television industry imaging specialists and those with a specific interest in the field and students requiring key understanding in photonics and wave-front reconstruction.

Key learning outcomes

This course has the following key learning outcomes for participants:
  • Build the participants understanding of the processes behind stereoscopy and stereopsis in order to assist their professional practice.
  • Increase the participants understanding of the technical challenges of using stereography.
  • To provide camera and post production professionals with a hands on practical course using up to date 3D Equipment.
  • To provide participants with an understanding of holographic imaging workflows and the issues arising from using holography in contemporary format.
  • Enable participants to develop ideas around creative expression through 3D.

What you will achieve

  • Up to date knowledge and understanding of basic 3D principles and pitfalls.
  • Ability to use up to date 3D technology, cameras and display systems.
  • Ability to apply holographic data to current work interests.

Our experts

Dr Martin Richardson|- Director of the Imaging and Displays Research Group, Professor of Modern Holography

Dr Ian Sexton|- Technical Director, Principal Lecturer

Tove Dalenius|- Senior Research Fellow, Holography

Panasonic- The IDRG has a close partnership with Panasonic to allow participants to use state-of-the-art equipment.

Delivery

The course will be delivered at De Montfort University, Leicester, using the Holographic Laboratory and equipment provided by Panasonic.

Facilities

The Imaging and Displays Research Group are a world leading developer of 3D display technology and holographic imaging. This short course uses the expertise of the IDRG taking advantage of a close partnership with Panasonic to use state-of-the-art 3D equipment.

Price

£1,430

Dates

This course is delivered on demand. Please contact us to discuss the availability of delivering this course.

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Contact us

Nadia Omar|

Business Development Manager

De Montfort University,
Faculty of Technology,
Gateway House 4.64,
The Gateway,
Leicester,
LE1 9BH

T: +44 (0) 116 207 8624

E: nomar@dmu.ac.uk|

 


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