Explore World TV interviews Jason Goodman from 21st Century 3D at Dimension 3 Expo in Pantip, outside of Paris France, about his job as the stereographer for "Call of the Wild 3D" and his new EX2 3D beam splitter rig system. View http://3DGuy.tv
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Jason Goodman is the founder and CEO of 21st Century 3D and stereography for the 2009 3D movie, Call of the Wild 3D, on location in Montana of last year. Jason designed a 3D beam splitter rig for the movie, Call of the Wild 3D, called the BX1, which is "one of the smallest and lightest self-contained 3D beam splitter cameras available."1
The EX1 3D beam splitter rig system was then improved upon and re-designed to create the EX2 3D beam splitter rig, which "...is primarily being designed to accommodate larger, higher- resolution cameras, including the RED One, the Arri D21, the Phantom, and the Sony EX3." 1 The EX2 3D beam splitter rig system is built for practicality taking various factors into consideration for it's consideration: operation, moving and carrying the gig, putting it on steady cams, shipping it, etc. to make it as light and sturdy as possible while allowing it to have all the adjustability you would need at the same time. The EX2 3D beam splitter rig system is the first stereoscopic recording device available for sale or rent through 21st Century 3D and was being shown at the Cine Gear Expo, a Film and Digital Media Conference in Los Angeles that took place in early June.3