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- n. a movie with images having three dimensional form or appearance.
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- n. a movie with images having three dimensional form or appearance
- n. having a three-dimensional form or appearance
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I thought the cgi/3-d stuff was really good, but not really, change-the-way-we-make-films good, the cgi acting still has a way to go before it even starts to compete with human characters, although in avatar it was a step forward.
They're not going to film it in 3-d but I bet my dick that they'll convert it into 3-d.
I'd imagine that the majority of the theaters/chains that opted for the price increase have a small percentage of their screens being digital and thus limit the number of times a film can be shown a day and for theaters with one digital screen being limited to one screen with 3-d capability can't be good for buisness.
Heck, some of them let you use them on 3-d movies and just ask you to pay the 3.50 surcharge.
Sweet cant wait! melvin vit oh dear god no! screw 3d! we want IMAX instead! nekrobomb jones prolly be imax and 3-d
Imagine a 3-d printer so large that it can spit out entire buildings made from stone.
And in 2003 I didn't anticipate GPS devices adding 3-d views (a feature I've never particularly liked, it turns out.)
She was the first person I knew with a Commodore Amiga, and she made some sophisticated 2 - and 3-d art with it.
The characters were a little flat, in spite of being rendered in 3-d.
As long as it is not done in post I think a 3-d middle earth would be awesome.
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