Shrek 4-D Digital Projection Technology?

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  1. Joe Schwartz

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    I recently saw the Shrek 4-D attraction at Universal Studios in Orlando, and I later found out that it used digital projection instead of film. That blew me away -- the picture looked so good, I was sure it was film. In fact, this is the first time I've mistaken digital projection for film. Does anyone know what projection technology and resolution they're using?

    (By the way, it's a great 3D movie -- a very close second to T2-3D, also at Universal Studios. I highly recommend it.)
     
  2. Joe Schwartz

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    Nobody knows the answer? Or is it a trade secret?
     
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    T2-3D is 70MM polarized 3D... mmm... [​IMG]
     
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    Check out the 3D dinosaur movie at the Museum of Natural History in DC if you ever go. Excellent clarity as well.
     
  5. Joe Schwartz

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    Has anyone else even seen Shrek 4-D? I can't be the only one, and I know there are other 3D enthusiasts here.
     

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