Stumbled on this 3D video compiled for what looks like a number of different ocean aquariums. The quality is excellent, but make sue you select 1080p for resolution if your player doesn't default to that. Oh - and you need your red/blue glasses.
Optometry Australia says small children should not watch films and TV in 3D, because it could make the under sixes feel headachy, tired and nauseous, and how it could impact their eyes in the long term was still unknown.
Here's a short 3D Movie from Aenima.hu. It's the story of a lost baby T-Rex, Rexy, finding his way in an unsafe world. The animation is excellent - though the voice of the T-Rex did wear on me a tad. You'll need your red/blue glasses to view this in 3D.
Our friend Jeff Boller, AKA "Simple Carnival" has released a nice video from his 3D for Kids workshop. For those of you new to 3D or want to learn more about the technology, Jeff has a great presentation that gets quite in depth while still easy enough for kids to understand.
This is worth checking out on a Wednesday. Lee Mansis pieced together a 3D compilation of pole dancing (yes!) and aerial hoop dancing (YES!) for what he thinks is the definitive tribute. I'm not saying it completely safe for work either, so wait until you get home... Or at least turn the sound down.
Check out this mini-documentary about CERN's biggest particle detector, ATLAS. ATLAS is part of the Large Hadron Collider, a massive scientific instrument near Geneva, where it spans the border between Switzerland and France - all 300 feet underground.