With companies like Dreamworks going over to 3d, the technology is stepping up to supply them. Avid recently developed DS version 10, the first Avid product to feature stereoscopic film tools. The Hollywood Reporter says:
This summer, a number of postproduction technologies that support 3-D were introduced by various manufacturers.
Da Vinci Systems recently revealed that it will preview its R3D color grading system designed with 3-D support next month at the International Broadcasting Convention.
Along with the recent announcement of Autodesk’s Maya and Toxic 2009, we should see more and more post production companies flocking to the stereoscopic banner. We shall see how audiences take to the new format.