Starting this week, high school or university students can experience a free 3D study abroad adventure by picking up 3D glasses distributed on school campuses by international education provider EF Education First.
The glasses come with an invitation to watch a unique 3D video at http://www.ef.com/3D.
In the “Open your world” video, students are treated to a magical 3D adventure in London, New York and other cities around the world.[ Also Read: Entertainment Majors Build 3D TV Network ]
The actual characters, dancers and artists are played by actors, while stereoscopic 3D animations bring surprise situations and magic.
“EF offers study abroad programs that can change young people’s lives, a positive experience that teachers in general recommend. But to get this positive message out to the actual students we have to communicate in a way that appeals to young people today. And we hope 3D will grab students’ attention,” says Mats Ulenius, marketing director at EF.
“Our wish is of course that students will also want to ‘open their world’ in real life as well.”[ Also Read: Now Get 3D Green Hornet on Your Mobile ]
EF says students who haven’t found the 3D glasses at their high school or university can order the glasses for free at http://www.ef.com/3D
The announcement was made today, Jan. 13.[ Also Read: Student Film Festival for 3D Movie Making ]
The “Open your world” campaign was produced by EF Education First Ltd. The stereoscopic 3D film and its creative content was produced by Wreck Creative Studios in collaboration with Important Looking Pirates.
Combining 3D graphics with live actors, dancers and mime artists, the video is delivered in ColorCode 3-D.
According to EF, this new patented 3D format can be viewed on any screen using the special glasses distributed by EF.
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