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Welcome to the 3IT – Innovation Center for Immersive Imaging Technologies Berlin

The 3IT offers its partners the unique opportunity to jointly develop the field of immersive imaging technologies in a precompetitive environment. With its 500 m2 facilities it is not only a virtual network but a platform and venue at the same time.

Starting out as the 3D Innovation Center in 2012 the scope was officially extended in September 2014. Now the whole field of immersive imaging technologies, including 3D technology, UHD, HDR, HFR and VR is covered.

Take advantage of the collaboration and benefit from the exchange of knowledge! Become a partner of the 3IT!

Latest News

  • 7th Edition of 3D Stereo MEDIAS’s International 3D Summit Open or Close
    Bild For the 7th time now 3D Stereo MEDIA is hosting The International 3D Summit for Science, Technology, Art and Business in Liège, Belgium on 14–17 December, 2015.
    The extensive program includes a scientific conference (IC3D), another professional conference (PCON), international 3D festival screenings, trainings, workshops, courses and networking events. It is known to be one of the best and most comprehensive 3D events in the world. The goal is to bring interdisciplinary experts and interested parties together, promote 3D around the globe and to ensure interaction between diverse attendees with an artistic, technical or research background.

    Register now for early-birds tickets. Registration fees will increase on 17 November and 14 December, 2015.
    For more information visit www.3dstereomedia.eu.
  • Webinar: HEVC in a real-world environment Open or Close
    4K and video encoding standard HEVC are buzzwords in the context of fast and simple transmission of content in ultra-high definition. Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute offers jointly with Rohde & Schwarz a webinar about HEVC.

    In this webinar, three experts will briefly summarize the essentials of the currently dominant encoding standard, H.264, explain the differences between H.264 and HEVC and give some deeper insight into the techniques used in the new high-performance encoding standard, HEVC. Graduate engineer Benjamin Bross, who significantly contributed to the project, will be representing Fraunhofer HHI.

    The webinar will also relate the experiences made so far with the new standard in the real-world environment of terrestrial and satellite service providers. The offer is aimed at system engineers for terrestrial and satellite broadcast service providers as well as operation engineers and system integrators in the field of compression and multiplexing. Prerequisites are basic knowledge of broadcast technology and understanding of digital video processing.

    The webinar takes place on 22 October 2015 in two time slots:
    08:00 a.m. CET for interested parties in Asia
    04:30 p.m. CET for interested parties in Europe and America

    Duration: 45 Minutes. The Webinar will be conducted in English.

    Register here

    Download the invitation
  • GO DIGITAL – Chances of Digitalization for SMEs Open or Close

    The digitalization changes our society like nothing else and represents one of the biggest challenges for the economy. Nevertheless a broad majority of medium sized companies have a more passive than active attitude towards the upcoming possibilities. Therefore the Senate for Economy, Technology and Research presents the free event “GO DIGITAL – Chances of Digitalization for SMEs” on 15 October from 5 – 9 pm at our CINIQ Center and 3IT.  

    Entrepreneurs and business people from various areas are going to be informed, sensitized and inspired to take the chances and seize the opportunities of the digital world. Cornelia Yzer - Senator of Economy, Technology and Research said, “The increasing amount of data and its processing are leading to massive changes in once elaborated products and services. Especially in our economy shaped by SMEs, it is important to support and encourage smaller companies to successfully use the potentials of the digitalization.”

    Beside the welcome of Senator Yzer, all participants can expect a broad and exciting program including panels, discussions and presentations – all in the inspiring atmosphere of the CINIQ and 3IT. The Event will be hosted by Christoph Räthke, Founder of the Berlin Startup Academy and Tim Cole, internet publicist and author of the book “Digital Transformation”.

    You can find more information about the event and the discussions at www.berlin.de/go-digital

    This event is free of charge and requires an online registration: www.infoveranstaltunggodigital.eventbrite.de

    Please note: the event will be hold in German!


    Please find the German Press Release and the German Invitation

    Ciniq & 3IT Fraunhofer - Heinrich Hertz Institute
    Salzufer 6
    Entrance Otto-Dibelius-Strasse
    4. Floor
    10587 Berlin


    16:30     Registration
    17:00     Welcome
    17.10     Keynote „Middle Class 2020: How do you react successfully to the challenges of digitalization and a linked society?
    17:30     Panel 1 “Successful with digital business models”
    18:15     Break
    18:30     Future Labs – “ Venture over Waiting” – Businessprocesses, Sales / Marketing, Digital Security
    19:30     Panel 2 “Facilitating digital competence”
    20:00     Get together & Buffet 


  • Review: Workshop "Hospital of the Future", Munich on March 27, 2015 Open or Close

    For over ten years now the German Society for Biomedical Engineering (DGBMT), the Fraunhofer Society (FhG) and the Society for Medical Innovation and Technology (SMIT) have been helping to organize the workshop “Hospital of the Future”. It is part of the annual conference of the German Society of Endoscopy and Imaging Technologies (DGE-BV). This year’s theme was “Emergence into new Dimensions”. It took place in Munich on 26-28 March 2015.

    Ever since computed tomography was invented forty years ago the processing and depiction of three dimensional image data in the medical sector has changed enormously. The rapid development offers new and unforeseen possibilities for diagnostic analysis, the surgical planning process and intervention. Over the last decades not only the recording modalities (3D endoscopy, 3D ultrasonic, OCT, 3D microscopy, Time-of-flight cameras, Kinect, etc.) have changed, but also did their processing with the progress of efficient computers and complex algorithms. This leads us to new inventions concerning the output and the interaction with 3D image data. These range from 3D displays, data manipulation via gestures to the opportunity to produce tissue and organs with a 3D printer.

    The workshop “Hospital of the Future – New dimensions in diagnostics and intervention – Quo Vadis 3D?” concentrated on the current situation and future development of the capture, processing and depiction of 3D. It was organized and moderated by Professor Andreas Melzer from ICCAS Leipzig and PHD Thomas Wittenberg from our partner Fraunhofer IIS Erlangen supported by DGBMT, DGE-BV, Fraunhofer Society, SMIT and the 3IT.

    The opening keynote lecture was given by Professor Erwin Keeve from the Charité and was about ”Future 3D Imaging Technologies and Robot-Assisted Surgery”. Arne Nowak from Fraunhofer IIS presented a new approach to the acquisition of 3D-surface-data based on one camera to capture polarization information. This data allows specialists to generate and approximate 3D scenes with very shiny and reflective surfaces, which is an interesting attempt to create bathymetric charts during laparoscopic surgeries.

    Christoph Grossmann who is the manager of our partner SeeFront in Hamburg introduced new capabilities to use stereoscopic images without special glasses or helmets. They can be viewed on autostereoscopic panels. Such spatially extended image data can be generated with 3D laparoscopes or with stereo-surgery microscopes. Eye-tracking is used to determine the position of the observer, which gives him the advantage to be able to move around freely in front of the display as well as a very natural depiction of depth.

    Dr. Ralf Schäfer from the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute gave a speech on “Immersive Media: 3D Visualization- and Interaction Possibilities”. It provided a good overview of 3D imaging technologies in the consumer market. He presented opportunities in that field as well as technical challenges that come with the attempt to transfer these technologies to the field of medical care e.g. laparoscopy and surgical microscopy.

    Other Speakers were Matthias Kühn from the company Schölly, Doctor György Wersényi from the University in Győr, Hungary, Professor Marc Stamminger from the University of Erlangen and Andreas Melzer. Their talks were about the development of 3D images used for endoscopy and the production of individual epitheses with 3D printers.

    In addition to the Workshop there were “life-demonstrations” at the DGE-BV “S3D-Expo”Industry Exhibition organized by DNS-Consult. The exhibits included autostereoscopic 3D screens from the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute and the company SeeFront that visitors were able to inspect and experience.

    The response of the fifty participants was very positive so that there are already plans to organize a similar workshop next year.

  • Ipsos Germany and Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute - a new partnership in Innovation Open or Close
    Ipsos_Artikelfoto Please find the press release from our latest partner IPSOS Germany concerning our collaboration:

    At the heart of the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute (HHI) in Germany, experts develop concepts for innovative information technologies und create new applications for new products in partnership with the industry. Topics which are most relevant for the market research industry, especially when considering the trends in digitalization and passive measurement.

    In this context Fraunhofer HHI's Innovation Center for Immersive Imaging Technologies (3IT) and Ipsos Germany have created a partnership contract to leverage the following topics and equipment of the 3IT:
    • R&D lab for projects, innovations and standards
    • Development platforms and testbeds
    • Showroom for prototypes, products and applications
    • Communication platform
    • Transfer platform for know-how and professional training
    • Resource pool for experts, know-how and marketing & target group data
    Additional special agreements are concluded between the Partners Ipsos InnoQuest and 3IT on:
    • biometry & thermography such as infrared image capturing to analyze implicit reaction
    • psycho-linguistic and neuro-psychology
    • highly customized production
    In addition, a strong involvement in topics regarding the CINIQ Center of the Fraunhofer HHI such as Big Data and Smart Data and its related technologies is one of the main further goals.

    Dr. Nikolai Reynolds, Head of Ipsos InnoQuest and Healthcare states “We are living in one of the most exciting times of the market research industry. New trends in digitalization, passive measurement and big data are providing exciting opportunities for the industry. A closer collaboration with the Fraunhofer HHI will accelerate our developments in these areas. I’m looking very forward to this partnership in innovation.”

    Kathleen Schröter, Executive Manager 3IT and Head of Corporate Communications at the Fraunhofer HHI: ”The world has never been more driven by technology. We live in a world of digital everything – also referred to the “Internet of Everything”. This means that there are no visible boarders anymore for any industry sector – who produced beverages yesterday might provide electronic cars tomorrow and still stays in its known market. In order to understand the needs of tomorrow, we need more market research. I am a strong believer in synergies through collaboration, that’s why I am excited about this new partnership with Ipsos InnoQuest.”

    For our German speaking readers: please find the German version on the IPSOS Germany website.

  • ARRI has been chosen as Finalist for German Innovation Award Open or Close
    Dr. Hans Kiening, Head of Business Unit Medical, from our partner ARRI has been nominated as one of the finalists for the German Industry's Innovation Award (Innovationspreis der Deutschen Wirtschaft).

    In January all the finalists will be examined by a board of trustees consisting of prominent representatives from the industrial and scientific sectors and the final winners will be chosen. All finalists and winners will be honored at a gala event in Frankfurt am Main in March 2015.

  • 6th Edition of 3D Stereo MEDIA in Liège Open or Close
    Bild From December 9th-12th the 6th edition of 3D Stereo MEDIA, the International 3D Summit for Science, Technology Art and Business, took place in Liège, Belgium. This event consisted of the Scientific Conference IC3D, the 3D Content Financing Market 3DFM and the Professional Conference PCON. Finally, 3D Stereo MEDIA was closed by the traditional Ceremony of the Awards which were given jointly with the International 3D & Advanced Imaging Society to honor the outstanding achievement of 3D artists, scientists, and engineers.

    3D Stereo MEDIA is recognized as one of the few occasions where 3D experts can meet, exchange ideas, conceive projects, and conclude deals focusing only on the topic of 3D. It aims at being the best and most complete 3D event in the world, to promote 3D across the globe, and to help the 3D community by maintaining a steady spirit and heading in all circumstances.

    Its international, scientific and engineering conference (IC3D) is dedicated to the multidisciplinary topic of 3D imaging. Among the 33 papers that were accepted two were submitted by groups from Fraunhofer HHI. Oliver Schreer from the department Image Processing presented his group`s paper on "Visibility-driven Patch Group Generation" which was also chosen to be the best of all the papers that were submitted. On behalf of his co-authors Dr. Schreer accepted the Lumiere statuette at the Award Ceremony on the last day of 3DSM.

    To sum it up - 3D Stereo MEDIA was indeed a perfect place to meet other 3D experts and enthusiasts from around the globe who are interested in all the different aspects, applications and forms of 3D. The IC3D covered the engineering part, at the 3D Content Financing Market (3DFM) producers with new projects for S-3D contents looking for financing were brought together with financiers and co-producers looking for investment opportunities. And the Professional Conference (PCON) provided pertinent, time-critical, hot information on all facets of 3D. Among the speakers were also our partner Sönke Kirchhof from reallifefilm international and Yulu Wang from the 3D Council in China. And for sure - the traditional award show marked a successful conclusion.
  • Review: NAB Show 2015 Open or Close
    Newsletter NAB gross This year’s NAB Show in Las Vegas was all about cameras that are getting smaller and smaller, but at the same time have bigger sensors – and they are meeting the demand for 4K. Read more about the products 3IT partners exhibited in Las Vegas, April 11–16, 2015.

    Our partner's ARRI ALEXA Mini was one of the camera types that became impressively small and maintained the quality standards nonetheless. This latest development is one of the numerous examples that show us where the industry is heading to. TV sets for professional use were all equipped with 4K resolution and transmission was barely done without HEVC. Fraunhofer HHI showed its first real-time HEVC encoder with 10bit 4K 60Hz – another advancement since IBC in September 2014. Read More
  • Fraunhofer HHI wins two Awards at Technology and New Product Awards in L.A. Open or Close
    Tech Award Big news: on September 24th, at the International 3D & Advanced Imaging Society´s fifth annual Technology and New Product Awards in L.A. Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute was honored with two Lumiere statuettes.

    On the one hand Fraunhofer HHI was recognized for its “Trifocal System” together with Walt Disney Studios, Burbank, and ARRI Munich. The trifocal camera system is an alternative to the standard production of stereo material. The system comprises a rig of one main ARRI Alexa camera and two satellite cameras, no mirror needed. Integration of the satellite cameras and estimation of depth maps eliminates the need for continual adjustment of camera positions which is often so time-consuming in 3D productions. The trifocal system was already tested in collaboration with the 3IT.

    On the other hand Fraunhofer HHI received the Lumiere for the development of the Stereoscopic Analyzer – STAN a system for production of perfect stereo 3D. STAN combines real-time image analysis with intelligent automated tools. An intuitive graphical user interface assists camera operators and production staff in shooting technically correct stereo for all 3D genres including live events. STAN has its roots in the project PRIME – Production and Projection Technologies for Immersive Media – funded by the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology and is also an essential component of the ASP camera, which was a joint development of 3IT partners.

    Kathleen Schröter and Ralf Tanger accepted the awards on behalf of the whole team and the partners.

  • 6th Dragonboat Media-Cup Open or Close

    We were part of the 6th Dragonboat Media-Cup on September 5th,2014, organized by our partner media.net berlinbrandenburg.

    With a mixed group consisting of the 3IT team and several partners like Sky,Telekom, Prophecy FX, design akademie berlin and of course Fraunhofer HHI we were competing against 31 other companies.

    This was definitely a different way of working and fighting together – team building fun at its best !

    For more impressions like our facebook fan page and see the photo album!


  • The 2nd Anniversary of the 3D Innovation Center Open or Close

    - was a full success and it came along with an important anouncement. The whole afternoon of September 4th 2014 was filled with a diverse and entertaining program with presentations from international guests and from our partners.

    The program started with a welcome ceremony from chairman Dr. Ralf Schäfer, head of the department Image Processing at Fraunhofer HHI, and Kathleen Schröter who, as the Executive Manager of the 3D Innovation Center, also moderated the event. Afterwards our partners and international guests came to the "stage" and presented facts, stories and ideas from their everyday business. You can still download the program and have a look at our speakers and their topics:Program 2nd Anniversary

    The afternoon was closed with the announcement that the 3D Innovation Center will be renamed Innovation Center for Immersive Imaging Technologies to extend the scope. This was the last official part of the event before everyone could enjoy a very pleasant get together.

    For all our partners the video and audio recordings of the program as well as the presentations that were held are available on the intranet!

    View the embedded image gallery online at:

  • From 3DIC to 3IT, the Innovation Center for Immersive Imaging Technologies Open or Close
    At the second anniversary celebration of the 3D Innovation Center, the chairman of our Steering Committee, Dr. Ralf Schäfer, officially announced that the name of the innovation center will change.

    In the future the efforts will no longer solely concentrate on 3D technology but will include all immersive technologies like UHD, HDR, HFR etc. as well as image and video applications from the medical and industrial sectors. By taking this step we want to demonstrate that we take the development of the market and of our partners into careful consideration. To make the extension of the scope more visible our Steering Committee voted for a change of name.

    The future name of the 3D Innovation Center will be: Innovation Center for Immersive Imaging Technologies, 3IT in short. The logo and the website will be adapted und published soon.

    In addition, the venue of our innovation center will be extended as well. In the future our partners can also use another 500m2 (CINIQ Center). Fully equipped and with a modern design the added room offers enough space also for bigger events.

    We are looking forward to the changes and to the exciting work which lies ahead of us!

  • Dolby Vision, Dolby’s new imaging technology, is coming to Berlin Open or Close

    Dolby Vision™ delivers signals that offer 100 times the brightness of today's TVs, along with a much greater contrast ratio. Together, this combination allows a far wider color gamut - Dolby Vision can display nearly all of the millions of colors the eye can see. The difference between a Dolby Vision image and a regular TV image is striking.


    Dolby Vision works equally well for both HDTV and UltraHD, 2D, and 3D. It makes a greater difference in the picture than does increased resolution.


    3IDC members will have the opportunity to meet the Dolby Vision team and to experience the new technology!

    When: 4. September 2014, 14.00 in Central Berlin

    Please RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to receive further information and to book your place. Spaces are limited so contact Dolby as soon as possible.

    Find out more about Dolby Vision here


  • Jaguar Land Rover uses SeeFront 3D in innovative 3D instrument cluster Open or Close
    Jaguar Land Rover is looking at cutting-edge technology that could replace rear view and external mirrors with cameras and virtual displays. An innovative 3D instrument cluster based on SeeFront’s patented glasses-free 3D display technology has been showcased at a media event at the British automaker’s R&D facility in Gaydon, UK in July.

    Using two-dimensional imaging to replace mirrors is limited by the fact that single plane images on a screen do not allow the driver to accurately judge the distance or speed of other road users. The 3D instrument cluster developed by Jaguar Land Rover makes use of a SeeFront 3D display with integrated eye-tracking to create a perception of depth which allows the driver to judge distance. The 3D cluster is part of a suite of new concept technologies designed to reduce driver distraction.

    The patented SeeFront 3D technology allows the user to view 3D content without special 3D glasses. An integrated eye-tracking system detects the user’s position and transmits it to the 3D algorithm. This algorithm combines the images for the left and right eyes in a special way and in real time. An optical filter in front of the display generates a brilliant, compelling 3D impression. As the 3D image is continuously adjusted according to the user’s position, the user enjoys freedom of movement in all directions.

    Read more news about SeeFront


    Image rights: Jaguar Land Rover


  • Solectrix at MedTech Pharma 2014 Open or Close
    From July 2nd to 3rd, Solectrix, one of our Bronze Partners, will be showcasing its products and services at MedTech Pharma 2014 in Nuremberg. Solectrix’s booth is located in the NCC Ost congress center on the 2nd floor, booth no. 206. MedTech Pharma is an international congress for researchers, developers, manufacturers, suppliers and service providers in the medical and pharmaceutical sector. This year the congress is focusing on ‘Digital Health’.This year the congress is focusing on ‘Digital Health’. Solectrix ist exhibiting a Kaps Microscope with the sinaCAM 3D, the Medical Linux Platform and the Low Power Medical Application.
  • Hollywood made in 'Franken' Open or Close

    Siegfried Foessel and Heiko Sparenberg, both from our partner and "sister" Fraunhofer IIS , have been awarded with the 'Joseph-von-Fraunhofer-Preis' 2014 for EasyDCP, a software that enables small productions to create reliable digital cinema packages for all cinemas.

    Read More in German...

  • Memorandum of Understanding officially announced at 3 Tec in Beijing Open or Close
    On April 18th the 3D Innovation Center and the Professional Council of 3D Images (3D Council), which is part of the China Television Artists Association (CTAA), took the first step towards an international cooperation. Dr. Ralf Schäfer, chairman of 3DIC’s Steering Committee, and Dr. Wang Fu chairman of the 3D Council exchanged a Memorandum of Understanding, which is the basis for future events in China and Europe where the partners of both organizations can meet, establish contacts and exchange know-how about each other's markets. The 3D Quality and Technology Summit 3Tec in Beijing, organized by our partner imcube 3D solutions served as the perfect platform to officially announce this cooperation.

    3D has made a journey from AVATAR to GRAVITY and from FLYING SWORDS OF DRAGON GATE to YOUNG DETECTIVE DEE, and it had its ups and downs in the format's short history. Leading the Oscars with 7 awards this year, GRAVITY is not only financially the biggest cinema success of last year, but also in terms of creativity and technology the film has managed to attract new audiences to 3D.

    This new way of using technologies for the production of a blockbuster movie was the core topic of the 3Tec to which the Beijing Film Academy, Entgroup and imcube Technologies have invited Angus Cameron of Vision 3, Phil Streather of PLF, and our partners Florian Maier of Stereotec and Sönke Kirchhof of reallifefilm international as well as other international experts in 3D film production technologies. On the first day of the event the speakers presented insight views into new quality standards in 3D production and post-production, from international 3D professionals “who have done it” exclusively for professionals in the Chinese movie business.

    In order to achieve such high quality in production, the morning session of the conference program gave an in-depth view about latest innovations and achievements in 3D capture and display technology, where Dr. Ralf Schäfer of Fraunhofer HHI gave a keynote speech on “Advanced Imaging - Prepare Yourself for the Future of Film & TV”.

    The second day (April 19th) started with a special session about underwater shooting in 3D and VFX for 3D productions. More than 300 interested people attended the 3Tec on both days. As this event was the first of its kind in China, no one of the organizers expected such a congestion. It might demonstrate that 3D is still a hot topic, especially in the fastest growing market China.

  • New Cooperation: EMC² Open or Close
    We are happy to announce our new cooperation with EMC², the Competence Center for Media Computing and Communication!

  • First Trifocal 3D film at NAB Show 2014 Open or Close

    Disney's 3D short film "Make/Believe", shot with Fraunhofer HHI's revolutionary trifocal camera system, is to be presented at NAB. The 10-minute experimental live action film "Make/Believe" was produced by Fraunhofer HHI in association with Disney and Berlin based reallifefilm international using Fraunhofer's hybrid 2D/3D camera system and software.

  • Solectrix and Codex collaborate to develop Action CAM Open or Close

    Exciting news about our new partner Solectrix. The Nuremberg based company collaborates with Codex to develop a compact camera system with RAW recordings and 13.5 f-stops dynamic range - the Action CAM. The Action CAM will make its debut at NAB Show 2014 in Las Vegas at the Codex booth (Central Hall, booth C6048).

    Please download the PDFor contact us or Christian Kühn (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) for further information.

    To everyone at NAB - have a great fair!

  • HOMESTORY: Dolby Open or Close
    Some time ago we met up with Philipp Kraetzer and Lucia Grimaldi from Dolby. We had the chance to meet them in the Dolby Berlin office – a loft which was converted and refurbished from an empty factory and storage building to full equipped modernized offices.

    With tea and coffee Philipp and Lucia told us about the very beginnings of Dolby Berlin. Together with another colleague, Klaas Schüür, they founded their own company in 2000, specialized in video compression. In 2010 they were bought by Dolby Laboratories and are working in the field of software development and 3D solutions for the image processing sector ever since. Compared to the other Dolby offices in the whole world the one in Berlin is a relatively small unit with 16 employees – 15 male engineers and Lucia, the only woman (still hoping to change this, Dolby Germany will participate in the next Girls'Day.

    Dolby is mainly known for its sound systems and standards. The goal of the R&D team in Berlin is to set standards in the image processing sector as well and to strengthen the position of 3D. While 3D glasses are widely accepted as part of the 3D cinema experience, TV is a social experience: viewers want to crowd around and enjoy watching together. Glasses make that experience impossible to achieve. Therefore, Dolby has explicitly decided to support autostereoscopic 3D in the consumer business. The Dolby Berlin team is also involved in the development of Dolby Vision, a technology which enables a higher dynamic range and wider color gamut. Both, Dolby 3D and Dolby Vision, exploit the potentials of modern UHD technology in order to improve the visual experience.

    Since it is crucial to promote the development of 3D across all areas of entertainment delivery, Dolby 3D has been conceived as an end-to-end platform, covering the whole system chain from content producers to device manufacturers. This is one of the reasons why Dolby considers it a huge benefit to be partner of the 3DIC. Only recently Dolby was also voted to be the representative of all Silver Partners in the Steering Committee and is from now on invited to take part in strategic decisions concerning the development of the 3D Innovation Center.

    We enjoyed the morning at Dolby Berlin, it was a very insightful and at the same time entertaining meeting – not least because they have the mandatory Dolby soccer table in their kitchen…


    If you are interested in learning more about Dolby 3D click here.


    View the embedded image gallery online at:

  • Welcome to the world of 3D Film and TV: 3D Creative Summit 2014 in London Open or Close

    Ralf Tanger, Jean-Claude Rosenthal (both Fraunhofer HHI) and Sönke Kirchhof (reallifefilm international) will be speaking about latest research and developments of ASP and the Trifocal Camera System. Kathleen Schroeter will moderate a panel on Higher Frame Rate capturing in cooperation with Emily Carr University Vancouver at this year´s 3D Creative Summit on March 12th and 13th in London. The event is organized by the International 3D and Advanced Imaging Society, Ravensbourne and the British Film Institute. Check out their amazing program and all the other top speakers: