Multi-platinum rock band Alice in Chains has announced that this Friday’s hometown show at Seattle’s Key Arena will be filmed in 3D.

HDlogix, a media and entertainment company specializing in 3D, has been chosen to film the event. “Having worked with Alice in Chains earlier this year, we are excited to join them in Seattle to produce a very special 3D concert,” said Jim Spinella, CEO of HDlogix, in a statement. Helming the show will be Director Tim Cronenweth, and Director of Photography Jeff Cronenweth.

HDlogix has developed a one-of-a-kind hybrid technology for 3D production with profound implications for the growth of 3D television and film. The company’s approach integrates 3D with existing broadcast infrastructure and offers the capability of broadcasting 3D in real-time. ImageIQÒ, the company’s premier product, is the culmination of over a decade of video research. HDlogix has been selected for major concerts and sporting events, most recently during the 2010 MLB All-Star Game and at the Rock ‘N Rev Festival 2010.

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