James Cameron, Vince Pace Talk 3D Movies and Games

by Steve Klett

Exclusive interviews with two of Hollywood’s most influential “3D minds”—director James Cameron and cinematographer Vince Pace—have been added to the video portfolio on 3DVisionLive.com.

James Cameron Vince Pace talk 3D filmmaking at NAB 2012.
Cameron and Pace on stage at this year’s NAB show
discussing their company’s 3D film technology.

The first video shines the spotlight on Cameron, director of Avatar, the most successful 3D film of all time. In a wide-ranging collection of conversations from the last 12 months, Cameron shares his views on 3D technology in filmmaking, the process behind creating games based on his movies, as well as his latest creation—the 3D conversion of Titanic.

In the second interview, Cameron’s long-time partner, Vince Pace, shares insights about their company, the Cameron Pace Group, and the 5D camera system used for Avatar and other blockbusters like Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. He even provides some teasers on how the upcoming Avatar films will improve on the original from a technical perspective.

Both interviews were filmed in 3D and require NVIDIA’s 3D Vision hardware to view. Find out more on the 3D Vision website.