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I've seen this mentioned before, so I'm confused. What 3D technology did Cameron invent?

I don't know if he actually invented any equipment, but he has put lot of effort into figuring out all of the details that are needed to do it right. Here's his list: http://www.3dathome.org/webpage.aspx?webpage=1952
post #122 of 127
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Finally caught this @ home on the big screen... what an impressive sound mix!

Anyway.. only Pixar could get me emotional about a bunch of random, worthless CGI toys. Those guys are simple, genius storytellers. And what a master stroke of timing to release it when the core audiences that fell in love with the originals have "grown up" and "moved on" themselves. This film is pure brilliance.

A must-own and another wonderful Pixar film to enjoy for years to come.
post #123 of 127
They gotta keep em comin. Before TV, the studios made all of their money from a films theatrical run. Then, TV came along. How to keep em comin? How bout Cinemascope! Todd AO! Cinerama! Why stay at home when we have these incredible widescreen movies to show you? We got color! We got stereo! We got surround sound! We got 3D! A few of us have D-Box! Come to the El Capitan, we got 4D! Home video is keeping people, well, home. We got um... better 3D, and we got it in IMAX! A movie's theatrical run really just wets the appettite for its home video release these days. Then there are the fees for pay channels and networks to air the things. Sure, the 3D pricing is nuts, but the majority of movie goers are seeing something they cannot see at home. That will change soon enough and we'll be bombarded with ads promoting "The Zombie Who Terrorized The Crazies With A Saw At Twilight on Valentines Day", now in Stink O' Rama!" I see an Oscar sweep!
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post #125 of 127
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Originally Posted by lwright84 View Post

Finally caught this @ home on the big screen... what an impressive sound mix!

Anyway.. only Pixar could get me emotional about a bunch of random, worthless CGI toys. Those guys are simple, genius storytellers. And what a master stroke of timing to release it when the core audiences that fell in love with the originals have "grown up" and "moved on" themselves. This film is pure brilliance.

A must-own and another wonderful Pixar film to enjoy for years to come.


+1 I loved this movie and the team at Pixar are just incredible.
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Anyway.. only Pixar could get me emotional about a bunch of random, worthless CGI toys

Yeah, that pretty much sums it up. Pixar can take anything - ANYTHING - and create a character we give a crap about.
post #127 of 127
I got the Toy Story BD at BB when it was released early this month and loved it. For some reason, I never got around to seeing it in the theater. Both the 1080p video and DTS-HD MA audio were wonderful. Better yet, the film told a great story, so good that Toy Story 3 has supplanted Finding Nemo as Number One on my personal list of all time great animated films.
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