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Cameron, Pace form venture to accelerate 3D entertainment

MUMBAI:Filmmaker and 3D visionary James Cameron has teamed up with acclaimed cinematographer and fellow 3D pioneer Vince Pace to form Cameron - Pace Group (CPG), which seeks to accelerate worldwide growth of 3D across all entertainment platforms including features, episodic and live television, sports, advertising and consumer products, pioneering a new generation of camera systems, services and a variety of creative tools that are innovative, powerful and easier to embrace.


Cameron and Pace unveiled the new company at the 2011 Nab Show in Las Vegas.
 
CPG’s mission is to step up industry-wide efforts to help filmmakers realise 3D’s full potential as a creative and powerful storytelling medium and accelerate the growth of the next generation of 3D solutions across all platforms.


CPG will build upon the foundation of Pace and the 3D technology to which its co-founders have individually and collectively contributed, such as the revolutionary Fusion 3D system.
 
In combination, Cameron’s and Pace’s technologies, products and services have been responsible for $4.7 billion of box office receipts and have played an extensive role in 25 features, seven concert and music entertainment projects and 40 sports productions worldwide, including ‘Avatar,’ ‘Tron Legacy,’ ‘Resident Evil: Afterlife’ and ‘U2 3D’.
The two people say that this history puts CPG in a unique position to respond to the growing demand for high-quality 3D entertainment and to provide 3D technology innovations that serve studios, filmmakers, directors of photography,producers, networks, studios and broadcasters. The company plans to take full advantage of its position to drive innovations in technology and deliver products, services and creative tools in unprecedented ways.


In addition to making advanced technologies, tools and services available to the global entertainment community, CPG will serve as an industry advocate for 3D technologies, practices and creative tools that will help filmmakers and other content producers realise 3D’s full potential as a creative and powerful storytelling and live broadcast medium. It will also drive public advocacy by setting the"gold standard" for the public‘s perception of 3D, which will result in compelling, engaging and high quality 3D entertainment.


Cameron - Pace Group co-chairman James Cameron said, “Our goal is to banish all the perceived and actual barriers to entry that are currently holding back producers, studios and networks from embracing their 3D future. We are dedicated to building a global brand that is synonymous with high quality 3D and spans multiple channels, from features to episodic television, and changes the boundaries of what is
understood to be 3D material.”


Cameron – Pace Group chairman and CEO Vince Pace said, “CPG’s mission is to step up industry-wide efforts to help filmmakers realize 3D’s full potential as a creative and powerful storytelling medium and accelerate the growth of the next generation of 3D solutions across all platforms Through our expanded reach and new generation of 3D solutions, we will deliver a variety of creative tools including Slate2Screen 3D production services, educational workshops for industry professionals in Fusion 3D and Fusion 3D Mobile Workflow
Units that support end-to-end solutions for both the live and recorded production environments. CPG will deliver CAN DO solutions.”

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