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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.27.2014.tde-10112014-144242
Document
Author
Full name
Grace Maria Martins da Silva Luzzi
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2014
Supervisor
Committee
Machado Neto, Arlindo Ribeiro (President)
Gallo, Sergio Nesteriuk
Rosa, Almir Antonio
Title in Portuguese
Narrativa tridimensional: uma investigação sobre a linguagem 3D estereoscópica
Keywords in Portuguese
Estereoscopia
ilusão
imersão
narrativa
profundidade de campo
Abstract in Portuguese
A partir da investigação de elementos que remontam o passado de técnicas de ilusão e imersão na arte da representação da imagem, bem como teorias que condicionam a existência de uma linguagem audiovisual própria, este trabalho tem o objetivo de analisar e identificar a existência de uma linguagem própria pertinente à estereoscopia. A pesquisa toma como ponto de análise estereoscópica o filme Coraline [2009] de Henry Selick, uma animação stop motion, concebida e lançada nos cinemas 3D estereoscópicos
Title in English
Three-dimensional narrative. An analysis of stereocopic 3D language
Keywords in English
depth of field
ilusion
immersion
narrative
Stereoscopic
Abstract in English
Through an investigation of the history of techniques of illusion and immersion in popular art and entertainment, as well as theories that determine the existence of a distinct visual language, this work aims to analyse and identify the existence of a unique narrative language exclusive to 3-D stereoscopic film-making. The research takes as its point of stereoscopic analysis the stop-motion animation movie Coraline (2009, Henry Selick) designed and launched in cinemas using the stereoscopic technique.
 
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Publishing Date
2014-11-10
 
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