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Bruno on 3D project in MotoGP

Bruno on 3D project in MotoGP

John Bruno spoke to motogp.com about the 3D camera technology which has been trialed in MotoGP by digital systems specialists, Pace, recently in the U.S.

Working with 3D and digital systems specialists, Pace, Dorna Sports undertook a successful trial of the latest high definition 3D Fusion camera systems during the Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix at Laguna Seca in July, and a demonstration 3D video was screened to Dani Pedrosa and Jorge Lorenzo, for the first time at Indianapolis.

Academy Award winner, John Bruno, and company founder, Vince Pace, were keen to get the feedback of the two MotoGP stars, with Bruno commenting after a conversation with Lorenzo, “I think he was very impressed and he wanted to see more footage of himself. Hopefully in the future we will be recording more great footage of all the riders.”

Underlining the advantages that the groundbreaking Pace 3D camera technology can produce, Bruno also stated, “The biggest improvement is the sharpness, depth and clarity and it’s all going to high def. When you double an image in stereo it is like what your eye sees naturally and it basically becomes very clear.”

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MotoGP, 2009

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