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Interesting article on why 3d won't ever be popular by top Hollywood editor


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#1 scottleslie

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Posted 31 January 2011 - 11:21 AM

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#2 danielandrewclem

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Posted 31 January 2011 - 11:54 AM

Some rebuttals here: http://andrewsulliva...our-brains.html
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Posted 05 February 2011 - 11:04 AM

And of course, a true holographic 3D system would be indistinguishable from viewing the actual objects.
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Posted 05 February 2011 - 02:26 PM

Whenever new technology appears there is always someone willing to speak out against it.

I'm not a great fan of 3D, but I think that an attitude of rejecting new technologies in their early days is misguided. Remember how many people were willing to speak out against digital still photography underwater, when it first appeared.

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Posted 06 February 2011 - 02:03 AM

You are so right Alex!

Reminds me of another guy (Don't remember his name...) who once upon a time said somthing like: It will never be possible to send human speach through a wire.... and if it ever will, it will be absolutely useless! Just another eksample on a statement that couldn't be more wrong....so who knows... maybe 3D has a future in a way we can't imagine!? :-)

So far, no visual effect more than 3D, has made me lost my lower jaws since I saw it for the first time, 13years ago. Hooked on 3D and putting a lot of money and time into it, I now got so many positve comments when I'm out, showing my 3D underwaterpictures for smaller audiences.... even I know it's far away from Hollywood.

The best regards from Kim! :-)

Whenever new technology appears there is always someone willing to speak out against it.

I'm not a great fan of 3D, but I think that an attitude of rejecting new technologies in their early days is misguided. Remember how many people were willing to speak out against digital still photography underwater, when it first appeared.

Alex