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KAIST offers a new course on three-dimensional movies.​
View : 7069 Date : 2010-02-17 Writer : ed_news

Registration for the class ends on February 18, 2010.
 
The Graduate School of Culture Technology (GSCT) at KAIST created a special class entitled “Master Class for Three-Dimensional (3D) Film Production.” Applications for the class will be accepted by Thursday, February 18, 2010.
 
The latest 3D movie, AVATAR, has become very popular upon its release in late 2009: An overwhelming visual and sensory experience provided by a 3D technology gave viewers real life feelings about a virtual reality built in the movie.  People can almost reach out and touch an explosion, components of machines, and aliens appeared on the screen. 
 
“In response to growing interests in 3D movies, KAIST GSCT established a special session to teach students an overall process of 3D film production,” said Kwang-Yeon Won, Dean of GSTC. He also stressed that the 3D technology would serve as catalysts in developing the next generation of visual industry in the 21st century.
 
“We have actively engaged in the development of 3D core technology and application contents. This class will be the first of our initiatives to launch a series of educational programs on 3D technology.”
 
The class offers a complete road of 3D film production: an overview of stereography for 3D movies from planning, shooting, to post production. Many of film professionals (i.e., Director Yang-Hyun Choi and Shooting Director Byung-Il Kim), who are currently working in the field, will join the class so that students can have an opportunity to learn all ends of 3D film industry, both in terms of theoretical knowledge and practical work experience.
 
The class is open to undergraduate/graduate students and to the public. For details, please refer to the website of http://ct.kaist.ac.kr/stereoclass2010 or call at 02-380-3698 (Industry-University Research Collaboration Center at KAIST Graduate School of Culture Technology).
 

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