Behind the scenes in the 3D conversation of Star Wars Episode 7

   Lucasfilm Daisy Ridley, John Boyega and BB-8 flee from a blast in “Star Wars: Episode VII — The Force Awakens.” The two-dimensional version of the blockbuster film leaps into 3D under the auspices of Cedar Rapids native Aaron Parry, executive vice president and chief creative officer at Stereo D in Burbank, Calif.

 Lucasfilm Daisy Ridley, John Boyega and BB-8 flee from a blast in “Star Wars: Episode VII — The Force Awakens.” The two-dimensional version of the blockbuster film leaps into 3D under the auspices of Cedar Rapids native Aaron Parry, executive vice president and chief creative officer at Stereo D in Burbank, Calif.

 " Parry leads the team of more than 1,200 artists who were involved in that 3D conversion process. For this first “Star Wars” trek into three dimensions, he said the idea was to use the convention as a storytelling tool, rather than a gimmick with “gotcha” moments where objects would seem to jump off the screen and into the audience.

He said 3D lets viewers “get that next step closer to being immersed in the film.” " -thegazette.com

 

This article on 2D to 3D conversation is pretty in depth , long and is a great read . If you want to read the full article please go here .

 

I really enjoyed the 3D element of Star Wars Episode 7 The Force Awakens and you can read my review of that movie here .

 

 

Source: thegazette.com