3D isn't dead, but it has plateaued and is going to be stuck at about this level until the technology improves.
Higher Frame Rates
Higher Frame Rate technology was a key discussion point and frequent whipping boy at the first international 3D Creative Summit in London this week.
Warner Bros. is feeling a bit queasy over reports of nausea and dizzyness at high-frame-rate screenings of "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey."
High frame rates? Imax formats? 3D? No problem.
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While moviegoers will have to shell out the usual 3D upcharge for Warner Bros.' "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey," U.S. exhibitors have agreed not to charge more for the film's 48 frames-per-second…
Warner Bros. is convinced that high-frame-rate movies are the next big thing -- but they're keeping the first HFR release fairly small.
The media freakout over the mixed reaction to Tuesday's CinemaCon preview of "The Hobbit" footage with high-frame-rate 3D had me rolling my eyes.
LAS VEGAS -- The SMPTE Technology Summit on Cinema Sunday got a look ahead at high-frame-rate 3D - - along with a daunting introduction to the technical challenges it presents.
"The great thing about this year's NAB is there's finally something to get excited about," one tech publicist told me during this week's Vegas confab.
Peter Jackson's plans to shoot "The Hobbit" at 48 frames per second -- twice the rate that's standard now -- marks the beginning of a technical shift in moviemaking that's as significant as 3D…
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