Aren’t we glad to watch movies in 3D? Without a doubt, yes. Bless the nuances of technology that would not come easy to a layman’s logic but offers amazing cinematic experience. One would risk the big awkward glasses required to view a 3D movie, any given day. It is all worth it. So, what exactly makes 3D so popular for the makers and the viewers?
The Third Dimension: It was all about the length and breadth of it until of course the depth caught on. One very crucial aspect of 3D films is the clarity with which the depth of sequences can be captured on screen. It is in fact a time taking process as it requires the reels to go through complete reprocessing to turn the effects into a 3D movie. The result is the details that are served to the viewers to enjoy.
Larger than Life: The movie makers and the movie buffs, who are die-hard fans of the larger than life cinema, get the real deal with 3D. With movies that require animation, special effects, and action try and work it out in the new available technology as it gives the desired presentation. They know well that the viewer would appreciate it, if a hornbill flies straight out of its nest into his face. It is like mixing the art of storytelling with a roller coaster ride.
Entertainment Redefined: Believe it or not, 3D is one of the features that have added to the competitive market of film production and distribution. Apart from the fact that the consumer is getting a new dimension of entertainment, the movie houses, distributors and theatre owners are making the most out of a high end cinema product.
If humans are sensitive to experiences then, 3D has just taken it on to a whole new level. It does not come as a surprise that people are already talking about the four dimensional effects. So, until that hits the screen, 3D is going to rule the roost and anything that misses out on 3D would be entertaining but not superlative.
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