Celebration time here at Enhanced Dimensions, we’ve grabbed a couple of prizes from the 2013 Z Awards in Las Vegas. Our short film Cycle won Best Live Action 3D Short whilst CollegeHumor’s “BearShark: Space” took Best 3D Animation.
The award winners are:
Added by Andrew Murchie on April 11, 2013 at 18:48 — No Comments
Having recently finished the final episode of the first series of BearShark for the Nintendo 3DS, it seemed…Continue
Added by Andrew Murchie on April 6, 2013 at 16:40 — No Comments
Having called it a wrap on the BearShark 3D project we've finally got round to creating a new showreel that includes clips from a wide range of our 3D projects.
Apart from probably being the only place online you can see clips from BearShark in Stereo 3D the reel includes clips from our…Continue
Added by Andrew Murchie on March 21, 2013 at 11:56 — No Comments
The film is an original horror written by Rhiannon Grist & Andrew Murchie, shot on Saturday with editing and…Continue
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After a couple of months of spare time post production we're just about to have our cast and crew screening of Cycle 3D.
Cycle 3D tells the story of a dazed and confused rider who following a motorcycle accident returns home to find his house empty, desolate and for sale. Little does he realise the truth of the young couple looking to buy his house, nor the…Continue
Added by Andrew Murchie on December 21, 2011 at 13:44 — No Comments
Following a motorcycle accident a dazed and confused bike driver returns home to find his house empty, desolate and…Continue
Added by Andrew Murchie on September 30, 2011 at 11:56 — No Comments
RockCandy 3D, Enhanced Dimensions’ new Stereoscopic 3D royalty free stock media collection is available for pre-order now.
Pre-launch today for the following benefits:
Added by Andrew Murchie on June 4, 2011 at 10:42 — No Comments
Enhanced Dimensions launched Scotland’s first 3D Music Video last week. The video is for a song called “Gloria (The Death of Me)” by Edinburgh based indie band The Raw I’s. The video has been online for just over a week, with no commercial promotion, yet has already raked up over 3,500 views.