Originally Posted by ssjLancer
So aziz ansari the comedian hosting the mtv movie awards(you may also remember him from his rant on fake imax theaters) kinda thrashed 3dtv today in his monologue. It was something like
'I love 3D but I might be a little biased cause I also think headaches are dope.'
'People say 3D look so real and I dont get it, Julia and Julia looks real. Avatar, alice in wonderland, and clash of the titans look like fricken videogames.'
Probably wont affect 3D adoption but I thought it was interesting..
Well it looks to me that Hollywood knows most of us have home theaters... were I live everyone has a home theater.
Now that times are lean and people will only go see blockbuster movies... hehehehe!
3D has become the movie theaters only chance of survival as 3 of our theaters closed down, leaving us with just 2 cinaplexs and a hand full of small theaters.
I posted in an other thread... the only 3D movie(s) I am looking forward to is Ridley Scott's Alien prequals.
He is forcing production to reinvent 3D because is not good enough for true black levels of HD, and also modern 3D imaging causes too much edge emphasis as in video games.
Ridley is the only modern SiFi director that does not like to use computer animation or modify images beyond the fluid detail of natural details.
If anything Ridley is not try'n to one up James Cameron, he is allowing HD and 3D to work together as one, in a natural way.
To me 3D should not bring the image into your lap... it should make the image start on the screen and go further back as if your peering into a panarama...
Though I will accept a few things fly'n by or climbing out of the picture to fall below your knees. Just the super imposed look and the poke in the eye bit is way too old for me.