With a name like "Nazi Robots", you might think you'll be bombarded by an eye-shearing cheese-fest, but I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.
Produced by students at the DAVE School, whose previous endeavor "The Solo Adventures 3D" is one of the most watched stereoscopic films on Vimeo, "Nazi Robots" combines live action and CG to illustrate the telling of a comic shop owner's story to his grandson. The tale Grandpa tells is about as accurate as the recent claim that Nazi 3D movies had been unearthed, but I think you'll enjoy it nonetheless. Now get out your red/cyan anaglyph glasses!
Written and directed by Jason Pichon, with VFX and Stereoscopic Supervision by Daniel Smith. Check out some behind-the-scenes photos on the DAVE School's website.