With the implementation of Digital Cinema showing 3D films is becoming easier. The theaters need to find a way to draw the people out of their homes and back to the theater.
I seem to remember that someone at IBC this year mentioning that there were over 50 major studio productions slated for 3D in 2009. 3D seemed to be the buzz of the show this year. Looking forward to see affordable monitor solutions in the coming year or two. Who knows - maybe already at NAB?
Ouch, I guess I'll never use dodgy sarcasm again if I want to be taken seriously in the future. I'm not an iditot... really :O
As said above by Diana, studios have lost a lot of B.O. sales due to all the home theaters.
What a great way to get people back into the theaters!
It'll trickel down to home theaters but probably not in a cost effective way for awhile.
For me Stereoscopic 3D is going to be one of the best investments, whether filming, post production, final presentation. I think this tech is the high end(now), not end all tech. I really don't see holograms, direct computer human link/interface, etc., taking off fast and cheap in my lifetime? Sure we will still watch all kinds of movies/media in whatever shape or form, but this form of digital tech ''for me'' is going to last a long time. Hopefully!
Piranha has some serious support for 3D editing, coloring, and effects work.
Jims rig does have some serious limitations when it comes to depth. Its not as simple as putting up a render.
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