ORTUS Technology (Tokuo, Japan), a CASIO subsidiary, presented today a brand news TFT-LCD scren 4.8" Full HD 3D display (122 mm). The panel has 1920x1080 pixels and is covered by an optical film called Xpol. The 3D effect is visible with passive polarised glasses with an effecitive resolution of 1920x540 in 3D.
This year in December, 3D Stereo MEDIA (Liège, Belgium) innovates again by launching the 3D Film Mart (3DFM), the first European co-production market for stereoscopic 3D projects!
4D = 3D + in-theatre special effects moving seats. Already appreicated in theme parks, this technology starts to percolate in 3d cinemas all over the world...
Camera 7 (Silicon Valley) is one of just 49 theaters worldwide to feature D-BOX MFX seats providing real-time motion sensations that sway and shift seats in perfect synchronization with the movie's high-energy, action-packed scenes.
On the Croisette, you will be able to view around 50 3D screenings, a 50% rise over last year. Organizers have now 14 out of their 34 screens equipped for 3D.
“Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai” by Takashi Miike is the first 3-D film to compete for the Palme d’or.
Want to look at the "Gandalf wearing 3D glasses while cheking the dailies on the BILBO 3D set" picture taken by Peter Jackson himself?