Make 3D animated movies in web together with friends http://www.miivies.com Miivies is a web service for 3d animation making. The service provides the full toolset for movie making.
You can create scenes, act with virtual characters, film acts with virtual cameras and compose the final movie in a movie editor.
Everything is free of charge, except the rendering.
Muvizu ... make your own 3D video http://www.muvizu.com Muvizu ... make your own 3D video Create => Collaborate => Exhibit
Download Muvizu 3D, our free program that allows you to make animated videos without fancy equipment and years of training
Brainstorm in the community areas
Use our script editing tool to write your screenplay or drama
Upload images or storyboards
Store all your work - whether video, audio, written or artwork - in your project portfolio
Find the people you need for your project, from film editors to location scouts
Build up your crew and co-ordinate tasks in your centralised project space
Communicate with your team by private message or project notifications
Use your "project news" tool to chart your progress as your project evolves
If you've got it, flaunt it. Use our platform to give your creative work a wider audience
Tag your content to bring it to the attention of the people you'd like to see it
Receive feedback on your work from the community via our ratings tool
List your skills in your profile to ensure that the community knows what you can do
Enhanced Dimensions - Creative 3 http://www.enhanced-dimensions.com/ Enhanced Dimensions - Creative 3D Stereoscopic Graphics and Solutions for Print and Motion Graphics
Including Youtube channel
Your Own 3D Animated Movies with Moviestorm http://mashable.com/2010/04/26/moviestorm/ Make Your Own 3D Animated Movies with Moviestorm
Moviestorm helps amateurs write, produce, direct and edit their own digitally animated movies.
Built on software-as-a-service (SaaS) principles, Moviestorm supports YouTube 3D output, advanced virtual camera controls, filters and effects typically found in high end, professional animation packages. Moviestorm’s 75,000 users have produced music videos, satirical comedies, horror/thriller flicks and animated shorts.
Membership costs $7.99 per month.
Make Your Own 3D Video with Intel and Cineform http://bit.ly/aZstYB Make Your Own 3D Video with Intel and Cineform
One would think the process would be complicated, but according to Intel, it’s not. The setup is basic with 2 cameras on a single tripod. Each camera puts out a video stream and with the Cineform Silicon DVR software, the 2 streams are combined.
As a result, a QuickTime file is created that loops back to a TV. Without polarized glasses, consumers see 2 images.
However, with polarized glasses on, consumers can see 3D.
5 Eye-Popping 3D YouTube Videos http://bit.ly/4DaZaJ 5 Eye-Popping 3D YouTube Videos
To help ease you into the prospect of things jumping out at you in your own living room, we’ve picked five great YouTube videos that demo 3D well.
So, grab your glasses, make your own, or if you want to watch sans comic eyewear, then chose YouTube’s cross-eyed option from the drop-down menu on its recently organized 3D offerings.
How is digital 3-D different from old 3-D Movies http://entertainment.howstuffworks.com/digital-3d.htm How is digital 3-D different from old 3-D movies?
Both old and new 3-D movies rely on quirks of human vision to create deep, panoramic scenes or objects that seem to fly from the screen. Human beings have binocular vision -- each eye sees a different image, and the brain combines them into a single, unified picture. The brain uses the slight difference in angle between the two images, known as parallax, to help it perceive depth.