Dolbly Cinema 3D... where (bay area)
I just learned that Dolby Cinema 3D has this "wavelength multiplex visualization" passive 3D method.
... and i think i have never seen this. Always only circular polarization (passive 3D) in theaters.
So. i was thinking, hey, this should be a good opportunity to watch Avengers Endgame in theaters to see how Dolby Cinema 3D looks like. Only then to discover that i can not find a single cinema in he San Francisco Bay area where it explicitly says Dolby Cinema 3D.
Mind you, there are lots of Dolby Cinema in the bay area showing Avengers Endgame in 3D, but 3D is never mentioned. I think i saw one other thread here on AVSforum where someone claimed he called up Doby Cinemas in his area and even though it wasn't marketed, one of them was actually saying they where showing 3D in the Dolvy Cinema... But maybe this is also just wishfull thinking on my behalf, because i can't find that thread anymore *sigh*. And it kinda would be highly illogical given how the IMAX 3D and Real3D is marketed on the web pages of the movie theaters.
So. What gives ? Am i out of luck ? And if so, any reasoning why ? Glasses too expensive, so theaters prefer cheap circular polarization glasses ? Dolby too late in the game,... ?
Btw: If i can't find a Dolby Cinema 3D, but i am 3D junkie, is there any 3D difference in the Real3D and IMAX 3D theaters ? If i remember correctly (haven't been in IMAX 3D for a long time), thats just circular polariation too, isn'g it ?