Can recently filmed a 3D episode of Sky's 'Little Crackers'. Written by & featuring Meera Syal, it was the first TV comedy shot in 3D
Can chalked up another first recently by filming France’s first ever concert to be broadcast in live 3D
Can ticked off two more on our list of sports we’ve filmed in 3D when we covered the Quiksilver PRO France & DC Shoes FMX events in Hossegor, France.
CAN is pleased to be able to offer two 3D Mariinsky ballet performances available for purchase at MIPCOM 2010
After a successful collaboration at the World Cup CAN & HBS have signed a four year agreement to co-produce 3D content
After a successful summer of 3D, CAN is purchasing four 3D rigs from Element Technica, the leading developer of professional camera accessories.
With 3D making an impact on TV, CAN’s Duncan Humphreys was invited to speak at the prestigious Edinburgh International Television Festival.
Responding to the huge demand for 3D content Can Communicate (CAN) is delighted to announce the opening of our new central London office.
We’ve just completed a unique project with the Russian ballet that I think marks a change in the way rights holders and creatives can use 3D.
Can has just delivered the first live 3D multi-camera transmission in Russia, featuring three major cultural events in St. Petersburg.
In one of our most challenging 3D shoots to date, CAN recently delivered live 3D coverage of the 2010 Roland Garros French Open tennis championship. We also chalked up a new 3D benchmark by filming what is believed to be the longest continuous 3D shoot in Europe to date.
Marketing types are often guilty of pushing the truth too far – but on other, much rarer occasions, the hype machine still somehow fails to do justice to the magnitude of certain events. This year’s launch of 3D TV is a case in point.
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