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In Paris last night, for the 3D mind-blowing preview of AVATAR ,James Cameron ‘s new movie. A great experience before the worldwild release of the movie on the 16th of Decembre =) (notice M.Soleil ‘s make-up, for the occasion =P )
Here is the teaser-trailer.(not the same without the 3D experience =)
The technology behind the movie is expected to be revolutionary. James Cameron originally attempted to get this film made in 1999 as his immediate follow-up to Titanic (1997). However, at the time, the special effects he wanted for the movie ran the proposed budget up to 0 million. No studio would fund the film, and it was subsequently shelved for almost ten years.
Seeing the character of Gollum in The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002) convinced James Cameron that CGI effects had progressed enough to make Avatar. …
"Tired of waiting for technology to catch up, James Cameron co-developed a new generation of stereoscopic cameras :The Fusion digital 3-D camera system.
Simplified, this is the equivalent of two cameras strapped together, each providing a slightly different perspective on the scene, mimicking the way human eyes view the world in three dimensions.
Now the entire screen have depth, taking on the appearance of a window through which the viewer is watching a ‘world’ on the screen, with a distinct foreground and background, rather than a flat, moving painting.
Add to the experience the new polarising glasses, untinted, which do not cause the headaches experienced in the past, or more importantly rely on frequent ‘pans’ of the camera to make the image appear in 3D.
Each lens has a different filter , which removes different part of the image as it enters each eye. This gives the brain the illusion it is seeing the picture from two different angles, creating the 3D effect." telepresenceoptions-com
Here you’ ll find a short video on the new 3-D camera technology behind James Cameron’s upcoming film Avatar.
This are the current movies releases. I went to see the new Karate Kid movie. Another alternatives for the evening were: Inception, Predators, Toy Story 3 and Eclipse. Any Twilight Saga fans?
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