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Official Silent Hill: Revelation 3D Poster Revealed

by Logan MyerSeptember 10, 2012

The first official poster of the upcoming film Silent Hill: Revelation 3D has been released. 

Check out Pyramid Head as he graces the cover of the poster teasing “A 3D Ride Through Hell” for Silent Hill: Revelation 3D.

The sequel of the 2006 film based upon the Silent Hill video games will be released in theaters on October 26th. Just in time for the Halloween season.

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  • Andre

    1. For some reason when I access the transparency page in the 3D Canvas site, it redirects to Yahoo. Can any 3D modelers help me out for transparency for spoke gaps for steam locomotive wheels?

    2. How to bend objects to form a curve because I need a steam locomotive top cab to be curved.

  • Scott W

    I have some pre-installed trailers already on my toshiba qosmio x770 and they are great. I’ve downloaded the nividia 3d player. How do I watch ‘ordinary’ movies in 3d? The trailers are just split vertically in half when 3d is off. How do I do this for other movies?

  • PolishPokeyPimp

    Several years ago, I saw an action movie with dinosaurs in it. I do not remember anything about the plot. It was in 3D. It might have been Jurassic Park III, but I can’t find anything about it being released in 3D. Have there been any dinosaur movies in 3D released in the last 8 years?

  • Mistry

    I want something user friendly, and easy to apply animations and textures with. Someone recommended 3D Studio Max which looked pretty nice, but is really, really expensive..

    Something free might be too much to ask for, but at least something under the 100 mark if possible.

    I’d like to use it to make animated cutscenes for a PS1-styled freeware game I’m making.
    100 US Dollar mark*, I mean.

  • PoohBearPenguin

    well i was wondering if 3d glasses works while your watching 3d movies that you downloaded on the net. im just curious. cuz ive downloaded some movies like step up 3d and jackass 3d.. those it works?

  • Beavis

    I’ve read that the brain can calculate 3D by taking two images from two eyes and comparing them. However, 3D works perfectly fine with one eye. Surely this “Binocular vision” is pointless if the brain can calculate 3D perfectly fine with one eye.

    Does the brain just guess or is there some other trick involved? I notice eyes individually focus. So the brain could calculate the amount of blur and work out the distance that way?