‘Metallica Through the Never,’ the 3D movie based on the American heavy metal band will be shown at all IMAX screen in North America from September 27. The movie will run for a week though the release of the full version of the movie has been pushed back to October 4th. Earlier, it was slated for an August 9 release in the conventional theaters. “If you’ve been following.
To explore the third dimension is the newest fad that film makers around the world are currently hooked on to right now. While there is a debate raging as to whether the craze around 3D movies will stand the test of time, there is no let up among the big time film makers to go for 3D films. However, not everyone is convinced of the long term prospect of 3D films. Take for instance, Critic.
Iron man 3 got a major boost to its fortunes with Jay Leno coming out openly in support of the movie. Iron Man 3 is “one of the best 3D movies I’ve ever seen in 3D,” revealed Jay Leno in his talk show. “Normally I find 3D to be annoying, because it’s [makes a forward motion with his hand]… but this is not intrusive, and it really adds to the film,”.
BBC and Sony Team Up To Trial Broadcast Wimbledon, Sony and FIFA to Broadcast Confederation Cup Match
Sony and BBC has stated they would be trial broadcasting this year’s Wimbledon event this summer. Sony had earlier stated they would be showing the World Cup Football event scheduled in the summer of 2014 as well and the latest 4k adventure at the All England Club can well serve as a solid rehearsal of their broadcasting capabilities in the Ultra HD domain. Sony’s share in the.
Samsung’s offering in the fast evolving 4K TV segment, the S9 that offers 85 inch of ltra High Definition display is now available in the UK via Selfridges. The cost though is just as flamboyant at £35,000 which brings us back to the question, how many will in reality be able to afford the TV. That one will also need living room space big enough to fit that big a TV is also another.
With 4K TVs now a firm reality, the TV industry is now faced with a situation similar to what it was when the 3D TV was first launched, or maybe even HD TV. Its the product that came first followed by a mad scampering to live up to it to ensure the product survives. HD TV lived to tell the tale and is still going strong though the same can’t be said of both 3D TV and the latest 4K.
The 3D TV segment isn’t exactly flourishing at the moment though there is plenty of action still left in it. Like the number of homes featuring a 3D TV is expected to make it past the 100 million mark by 2017, a steep climb from the 13.5 million recorded at the end of last year. However, that would still represent just 8 percent of the total homes to have a TV. The above figures have been.
A special presentation based on the 3D stereoscopic broadcast of the London Olympics held last year will be held on the 21st of April, 2013. The event is being hosted by the LA 3D-Club and is being held at ‘The Downtown Independent’. Jim DeFilippis, broadcast engineering consultant on the London 2012 Olympicshe will be presenting the coverage of the London 2012 Olympic Games in 3D. Get.