Identical to recreating the Titanic catastrophe or forcing thousands and thousands of individuals to observe tall blue aliens have intercourse with their hair, the thought of a glasses-free Three-D expertise is likely to be shifting from James Cameron’s fantasies to actuality. Inside The Magic reports Cameron’s firm Lightstorm Leisure has renewed a five-year settlement with Christie Digital to “create high-tech, immersive cinema.” Thus far, so boring press launch. However the true information right here is that a part of the settlement contains Christie supplying considered one of their RGB projection programs to Cameron for the Avatar sequels. This offers massively shiny and crisp pictures at a excessive body fee—i.e. it pushes proper up in opposition to the potential for Three-D with out these shitty plastic glasses.
This has been Cameron’s celluloid moist dream for some time now: He said last year that he wished to develop the glasses-free Three-D expertise for movie, and this deal is the most recent indication he’s very near attaining it. Particularly given the lead time right here (Avatar 2 isn’t scheduled to return out till 2020), there’s loads of time for conditions through which his minions undertaking a rudimentary Three-D on display screen, solely to have Cameron scream, “I would like it greater and higher, you fools,” in the midst of discovering a brand new trench within the backside of the ocean whereas carrying a cyborg submarine exoskeleton.
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