Das erste internationale

Expertensymposium im 3D Bereich.

3D-Symposium 2012 3D-Festival 2011
3SD Tools for Stereographers on the Field
Jacques Delacoux

Jacques Delacoux will talk about the philosophy of the 3DView tools, how and why they became a must worldwide for Stereographers and S3D Filmmakers.

Jacques and Alain Derobe met in 2007 around the new concept of 3Dview developed by Transvideo, the fruitful discussions that followed until the unexpected disparition of Alain led to the development of key tools for creating stereographic images. “Pina" by Wim Wenders was notably a great real-time laboratory to perform tune-ups and new developments. This is the story of this powerful interaction that Jacques tells today, a perfect illustration of what technical industries can make to the S3D film industry by releasing creativity.

Curriculum Vitae

Jacques Delacoux created Transvideo in 1985.

Today Transvideo is a leading and award winning company in Film and Digital Cinematography equipment with the CineMonitorHD family, state of the art monitoring and decision tool HD filmmakers, as well with the TitanHD, 10bits lossless and latency free wireless HD transmission solution.

In 2007, Jacques created the CineMonitorHD 3DView, revolutionary camera adjustment tool for stereographers. The CineMonitorHD received an enthusiastic welcome by 3D consultants as Alain Derobe. Jacques developed several tools in cooperation with Alain on the basis of the 3DView.

The 3DView is used worldwide on major 3D Movies in the world, as “Pina” by Wim Wenders, “Hugo Cabret” by Martin Scorcese or “Pirates 4” by Rob Marshall.

February 2009, Jacques received the prestigious Scientific and Technical Award by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

September 2010 Transvideo received for its 3DView monitors for Stereographers, the esteemed CinecAward by the Bavarian Society for the Advancement of Film Technology (FGF). The CinecAward is rewarding every two years the most innovative and trendsetting products and developments of the Motion Picture Technology.