Have you seen the loads of 3D content from nationalgeographic.com. If your into nature check out the link below.
Co-presented by National Geographic Entertainment. These two 40-minute features use state-ofthe-art 3D technology to recreate the worlds of prehistoric creatures. In Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure, (narrated by Liev Schreiber) we plunge into the oceans, encountering enormous fish, fierce sharks, giant turtles and more. Flying Monsters 3D (narrated by David Attenborough and also playing at the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City) takes us into the skies with pterosaurs – flying vertebrates with a 45-foot wingspan who lived 160 million years ago.
Will we ever get to see this at home? Not likely. Sense it’s launch in 2009 it has only been seen in theaters and a few special events. I did see it on a 3DTV in NY at a 3D convention. It was wonderful. Here is a link to the site that looks as if it was abandoned. http://www.u23dmovie.com/