|Originally posted by ChrisO|
Texas Instruments Announces Worldwide Lineup of 94 DLP Cinema(TM)-Enabled Digital Screens to show Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones(TM)
|Originally posted by Lloydian|
Must be a bunch outside the US. NBC reported on the national news Saturday that it would be on 19 screens domestically.
|Originally posted by Matt_Stevens|
Dumb- Lossy-Projection. (from the Roger Ebert distionary)
|Originally posted by Russ Ingram|
Ok, question from someone who lives out in the sticks and hasn't seen DLP. How much better is it than a good 35mm film? If it were up to you, how much further would you drive to see it vs a 35mm theater?
|Originally posted by Kevin Coleman|
You can't make a valid comparison on Episode 2 because it was shot digitally then converted to film after the resolution was already lost.
For a fair comparison you have to compare the same movie shot digitally and on film and each shown in its respective format. In this case I would be willing to bet film would win every time.
|And if you're going to the movie to see a story, not to determine whether or not a pixel has the appropriate sharpness, you won't notice the difference until someone with analysis equipment shows up to tell you what you didn't notice.|