What’s next: Fuji and Samsung 3D-ify TIFF

A third dimension was added to the festivities at the Toronto International Film Festival this year via the 3D Film Festival. Presented by Samsung and a bevy of other sponsors, the second-annual North American and European tour kicked off at the starfest. At 'The 3D Lounge Toronto,' flicks played on Samsung 3D plasma TVs powered by XPAND 3D shutter glasses and infrared emitters. In a world first, Fuji used its 3D digital camera system to snap guests in a 3D press wall. Later the lounge became - what else? - a party for the premiere of The Hole, presented by Bold Films and Molson.

A third dimension was added to the festivities at the Toronto International Film Festival this year via the 3D Film Festival. Presented by Samsung and a bevy of other sponsors, the second-annual North American and European tour kicked off at the starfest. At ‘The 3D Lounge Toronto,’ flicks played on Samsung 3D plasma TVs powered by XPAND 3D shutter glasses and infrared emitters. In a world first, Fuji used its 3D digital camera system to snap guests in a 3D press wall. Later the lounge became – what else? – a party for the premiere of The Hole, presented by Bold Films and Molson.