Having won 11 Academy Awards in 1998, a reported production budget of over 200 million and earning over billion in box-office receipts worldwide, Titanic (1997) has finally been given the enhanced 3D workup many have been looking for.
Once again, the film industry brings us a brand new movie in 3D, Titanic 3D without creating anything new and without spending too much money on it, except of course for the computer editing work and 3D effects, to transform the old 2D images in 3D like ones.
So a small investment for a big profit - the best you can do in Hollywood these days! See Star Wars 3D - same recipe for success!
Still, I talked with people that went to see Titanic in 3D. They say that this was a great viewing experience and the 3D enhancement was not distracting, The 3D technology enhances a really nice photography job by adding depth and dimension.
So by all means, give it a shot!
Experience Titanic like never before, in 3D!
Posted by Julie | Apr 22, 2012
at 1:25 AM | Labels: 3D TV Movies
Posted by Julie | Apr 21, 2012
Image from LG
The guys from LG are quite inventive. The design and make a 3D TV without glasses certainly was a technological challenge.
How is 3D without glasses even possible? Well, for the new LG DX2500 3D TV, LG used the technology called "Parallax-Barrier-3D". This requires a video camera integrated in the 3D panel. This camera registers the changes in the position of the human head and eyes. This changes are computed and in the end the 3D image is displayed in a way that reflects the new position - so the user continues to see the 3D effect.
The new model LG DX2500 is used more as a computer 3D monitor, because of the small sizes (20 to 25 inch), but this technology will be extended to greater sizes as well.
For sure, the gamers will be very happy to play their favorite game very close to 3D reality immersion.
Right now you can buy this LG 3D TV glasses free in Korea for around thousand dollars, which a good price.