‘MSF has a long and illustrious history of strong photography but we’ve never seen or done anything as awesome as duckrabbit’s 3D work.’ Polly Markandya, Head of Communications MSF UK
Duckrabbit produces films in 3D. The immersive effect of the combination of 3D stereoscopic photography, video and documentary audio has to be experienced to be believed.
The feeling of reality that audiences experience when they view the images and film is incredibly striking. More and more 3D capable computer screens, tablets, televisions, smartphones and projectors are coming within reach of potential customers, donors and supporters, all of whom are looking for quality 3D content.
Our first 3D film for Médecins Sans Frontières looks at the often dramatic life of a British midwife working in an MSF supported maternity hospital in Masisi, Democratic Republic of the Congo. The film premiered at the Royal Society of Medicine and was followed by a week-long public exhibition at Spitalfields Market. You can view the film below in anaglyphic (red/cyan glasses) format or with NVIDIA 3D Vision active-shutter technology if your computer and screen are enabled. Turn up the resolution to 720p for the best viewing experience.