Stereo-3D. Die Dritte Dimension

Thursday, September 30, 08:00 hrs

in co-operation with Deutsche Telekom AG and WIGE MEDIA AG

The new Stereo-3D-Technique significantly influences visual language, contents and  dramaturgy and carries potential for the movie-industry which is increasingly forced by the competing home-entertainment sector. At least since Avatar’, the most successfull movie ever, stereoscopy seems to be the last resort. Moreover, this development acts as an additional convergence-driver and brings the Movie- and TV-Business closer to the 3D-experienced games industry.
The seminar teams international program developers and 3D experts, who will discuss on implementation and marketing opportunities of S3D and identify how the new technology influences the production of moving images.

Host:  Reinhard Penzel, Managing Director, Live-Production TV GmbH, Cologne

10.00-10.15 hrs, Opening

10.15-11.00 hrs Keynote
Turning S3D into an ubiquitous Medium
Steve Schklair, CEO, 3ality Digital Systems, Burbank

11.00-11.45 hrs, Keynote
Realtime S3D Competence
Peter Holzapfel, Producer, Crytek GmbH, Frankfurt

11.45-12.15 hrs, Coffee Break

12.15-13.00 hrs, Keynote
The Future is now. S3D-Strategies in Programme-Business
Peter Kerckhoff, Head of Content & Media Partnering,
Products & Innovation, Deutsche Telekom AG, Darmstadt

13.00-14.00 hrs, Lunch Break

14.00-14.45 hrs, Keynote
Close Encounters of the Third Dimension
Stephan Heimbecher, Head of Innovations & Standards, Technology, Sky Deutschland, Unterföhring

14.45-15.30 hrs, Keynote
S3D Live-Broadcasting
Jens Wolf, Senior Manager Innovation & Technology, WIGE Media, Cologne

15.30-16.00 hrs, Coffee Break

16.00-16.45 hrs, Keynote
The Virtual Playbook as a Driver for Convergence
Olaf Coenen, CEO, Electronic Arts Germany, Cologne

16.45-17.30 hrs, Keynote
3D – Opportunities for Performing Arts and Documentaries
H.W. Pausch, Managing Director, Context TV, Berlin

From 17.30 hrs, Screening
3D-Concert with four compositions as well as a 10-minutes Making Of
Producers: Context TV und EuroArts
Co production: Sony Classical
In cooperation with: Studio Hamburg