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Old 03-19-2017, 04:33 AM   #1
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Lightbulb RealD 3D: technology

RealD 3D: the technology behind the 3D movie blockbusters

What about the screen?
The quality of the cinema screen also has a lot to do with how effective the 3D appears. The company has also created a new kind of cinema screen called Ultimate Screen currently installed in 18 cinemas worldwide, including one in Surrey Keyes Odeon, London.

The company is also working towards a glasses-less 3D future, developing backlit LCD screens capable of producing the illusion a displayed image to a viewer directly in front of it is three dimensional, which could be incorporated into laptops or smartphones. It could also spell an end to being unable to use screens in bright sunlight thanks to its boosted light levels.

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Glasses free viewing would be wonderful but who will fit the bill cinema wise, which must be the ultimate goal they are aiming for. Also thinking if they are going panels/tvs that they would go behind the screen and there will always be some idiot that will go behind and do something stupid to them. I worked for 13 years at a theatres and about 12 as a projectionist. The dirt and dust that would collect on these panels would be horrendous. Plus whatever static charge they have will collect the dirt even more from constant theatre cleanings. Our fire door exits were most behind the screen as well and reason to worry of some idiot damaging them. So they would need some system to keep them clean constantly. Again that is if they implement this for theatre use, as it seems to mention more home/portable use.

At least the smell of the screens would be gone. They would stink up the theatre and the halls for months before you got use to them of lost that smell.
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