by Dominik LANGE
2014 / Super 8mm / color / silent / 1S / 3' 30

This is Super 8 stereoscopic cinema finally projected in my living room!
For best viewing,use red cyan anaglyphic 3D glasses, and view from three to four feet from your monitor.

It's finally operational, but after one sleepless night supplements last to finalize the last details adjustments of projection at home…
The filtering of images proposed here is red/cyan (red on the left), with horizontal parallax a little corrected at the movie screening, which results in a significant loss of the useful surface area projected into relief on the edges of the pictures, only the center of the screen was thus really projected here in red/cyan anaglyph…
I also have at the disposal severals kinds of filters ( DIY conceived by myself of course) which allow me the alternatives green/magenta and yellow/blue anaglyphic filtering…
Finally polarized filters build out of acetate films, cut out with very the plastic glasses 1 $ piece, sold out as supplement of the commercial film shows in “Real 3D”, authorize me the ultimate luxury of projection in linear polarized light on a screen of the portable metallized type!
The invention of the french "Frères Lumières" about 1935 made it possible to carry out a copy of pulling of the anaglyph type directly on a colour film, in order to save very greedy filtering in light on the projector of cinema itself, therefore to double the quantity of useful light available to the projection which arrives on the screen, and to use only one cinema projector of course !
They had made a remake at the time of “L'Arrivée d'un train en gare de La Ciotat”, this time projected in stereoscopic anaglyphic version !
Another one of odd abandoned photographic process is the very astonishing “Photostéréosynthèse”:


distribution format Digital file on USB stick (NTSC)
screen 16/9 (single screen)
speed 29,976 fps
sound sound
rental fee 22,00 €

distribution format Digital file on server (NTSC)
screen 16/9 (single screen)
speed 30 fps
sound sound
rental fee 22,00 €