TFK Kid Reporter Taylor Pannell explores the technology that makes 3-D movies come to life
Kid Reporter Taylor Pannell went on a 3-D adventure for TFK this summer. She journeyed passed the Hollywood Sign to RED Studios, a filmmaking studio in Hollywood, California, where she learned about 3-D movie magic and created her own 3-D images. Every year, RED offers a summer camp for kids ages 9-15 to get hands-on experience with the same 3-D cameras used to make blockbuster films and to learn from technicians in the industry.
September is upon us and it’s time to head back to school. Remembering the joys of summer and how we spent those scorching golden days, I can honestly say, I had a RAD summer! And Camp RED is by far the coolest thing you could have done this summer, if you were 7-15 yr old (or lucky enough to be part of the Camp RED team).
RED, makers of the #1 Digital Cinema cameras in the world, founded by Oakley sunglasses legend Jim Jannard, has set an initiative – to inspire a whole new generation of filmmakers. And they’re doing it by providing creative young minds access to the most cutting edge filmmaking technology available, in a week long, hands-on, kid targeted workshop.