Street dancers have been in the spotlight in Frozen 3.
We saw the dancers dance on the ice of the park and at the Frozen fireworks, but how did the film’s original designers manage to create 3D versions of the characters?
A new Disney-inspired 3D 3D poster from 3D Vision shows the dancers dancing in front of a snowy backdrop in the opening of the film.
This was the first time we saw a street dancer from Frozen 3d in 3D.
We also saw the Frozen team at Disney World perform their original snowflake trick, but that trick is only possible in 3d because the characters are 3D-rendered on a special computerized rig.
3D Vision was created by Michael Toth, who previously created the original 3D Street Fighter 3D, and is now a creative director at Disney.
It’s a free program that allows you to capture your favorite characters in 3-D.
The site uses the latest technology to capture and display 3D characters that are fully animated, and then use a 3D camera to capture the animation.
Disney has added 3DVision to its catalog and it’s available on desktop computers, smartphones, and tablets.