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HTF TOP 30 MUST OWN 3D TITLES


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#1661 of 1666 ONLINE   Josh Steinberg

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Posted December 18 2014 - 12:03 PM

Josh, I've yet to watch Gravity on the projector, this film looks interesting, I hope there's some pop out as well as depth!.

 

You won't be disappointed when you do. One of the very first things I watched on my projector.

 

I'm not sure if "The Walk" will have popout, but it is a Robert Zemeckis film, and he did use some popout in his CGI 3D movies so I think if it makes sense to the story and the shot it'll be there.  Those depth shots where you're at the top of the building looking straight down at the city below were so incredibly effective to me.  I'm a little bit afraid of extreme heights and the trailer - on an IMAX screen - had me feeling a little freaked out from the height.  Which is I think exactly what Zemeckis was going for.


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#1662 of 1666 OFFLINE   TravisR

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Posted December 18 2014 - 12:49 PM

I'm a little bit afraid of extreme heights and the trailer - on an IMAX screen - had me feeling a little freaked out from the height.

I just saw it on a standard screen and I almost felt dizzy looking at a couple shots. :)


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Posted December 18 2014 - 02:03 PM

IMDB says that The Walk is being shot in native 3D using Red Epic Dragon and using Deep Vision 3D 6k.


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#1664 of 1666 OFFLINE   Lou Sytsma

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Posted December 18 2014 - 04:43 PM

One of the best uses I've seen of 3D is the trailer for this film.

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=eFXsDEB9iS0

 

Depth off the charts.

That trailer hits me in the gut with my biggest fear.  I could barely watch it. And that's only in 2D.  :3dglasses:


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#1665 of 1666 OFFLINE   Reed Grele

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Posted December 18 2014 - 08:36 PM

It was the biggest rush, when on the observation deck of WTC tower 2, to step down onto the steel grating, glass enclosed, see through catwalk and look straight down the side of the building! This trailer brought those memories back. Can't wait to see it in 3D. I really miss those twin towers.



#1666 of 1666 OFFLINE   Reed Grele

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Posted December 18 2014 - 09:08 PM

Just watched a really good, native 3D documentary called Polar Bears: Ice Bear.

 

The subject matter is a little depressing (global warming, starving polar bears) but it's a true story that's well filmed. Great depth and forward projection. Only a few (but impressive) pop out moments.






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