Zoo3d

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  1. Originally posted by yeah:
    In what way might a 3D concert reinvent cinema?
    Well... Reinventing is making something not done before. And I don't think any concert has been shown on a cinema yet. That is reinventing.
  2. Originally posted by LikeASong:
    [..]Well... Reinventing is making something not done before. And I don't think any concert has been shown on a cinema yet. That is reinventing.


    Concerts have been shown in cinemas before. And Jean Michel Jarre's Oxygène-gig from Antwerp for example was filmed and shown in3D.

    Something not done before?
  3. Originally posted by yeah:
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    Concerts have been shown in cinemas before. And Jean Michel Jarre's Oxygène-gig from Antwerp for example was filmed and shown in3D.

    Something not done before?


    Yeah, but it was filmed with ordinary 2D cameras and then turned to 3D, as 3D films are made today. U23D will be the first LIVE 3D movie ever filmed with 3D cameras, not with 2D and then turned to 3D.


  4. Originally posted by Yogi:
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    Yeah, but it was filmed with ordinary 2D cameras and then turned to 3D, as 3D films are made today. U23D will be the first LIVE 3D movie ever filmed with 3D cameras, not with 2D and then turned to 3D.





    It was filmed with HD-3D cameras.

    Even if u2's 3d movie was the the first one (maybe it is technically, I know nothing about 3D), I still don't see how this is a revolution on cinema. It won't have a major effect.
  5. Originally posted by yeah:
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    It was filmed with HD-3D cameras.

    Even if u2's 3d movie was the the first one (maybe it is technically, I know nothing about 3D), I still don't see how this is a revolution on cinema. It won't have a major effect.


    it'l sure as hell look pretty good though
  6. Originally posted by yeah:
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    It was filmed with HD-3D cameras.

    Even if u2's 3d movie was the the first one (maybe it is technically, I know nothing about 3D), I still don't see how this is a revolution on cinema. It won't have a major effect.


    So everone including film journalists, experts, and people hwo knows film industry better then me you and me are just blowing in the wind while saying this will be revolution?

    Wikipedia:

    The film will be the first live-action film to be shot, edited, and shown entirely in 3-D.

    ...

    Shot at seven different shows in early 2006 with nine pairs of Sony CineAlta 3-D cameras, the film's production featured the first-ever 3-D multicamera live shoot. Producer 3ality Digital Entertainment claimed that the film's shoot involved the largest number of 3-D cameras ever used for a single project.


    Comment on IMDB about U23D:

    I was able to see this film at a special screening in France, and I can't get the images out of my head--it was a visual masterpiece! Avoiding the typical (and now antiquated) shooting and editing style of the band's previous pieces and (intentionally?) omitting any backstage interviews, the filmmakers have brought you to a live show in Latin America--to the center of frenzied chaos in the faster songs, grace in the slower ones and then those inexplicable moments where you promise yourself you won't tear up but do--the three best elements of a live U2 show, if you ask me. At one point, I put my hand in the air thinking I was there, because the filmmakers have cleverly positioned the cinema audience behind the live concert audience in the film--you'll even find yourself wanting to tell a guy to put his hand down in front of you, and you'll have to stop yourself. Avoiding any tacky Jaws 3-D style sight gags where any one object is pointing straight at you, the filmmakers instead just grab you, and bring you along for a visually rich and sonically groundbreaking ride--and all you'll pay is a cost of movie ticket.

  7. Originally posted by Yogi:
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    So everone including film journalists, experts, and people hwo knows film industry better then me you and me are just blowing in the wind while saying this will be revolution?






    1st: Wikipedia is not a source. But I will acknowledge that it's probably the first Real D (which is just a digital 3D format) concert.

    2ndes, I don't believe that a 3D concert will reinvent cinema. None of your so called film journalists and experts talked about a revolution, btw. There have been movies in Real D before, animations, now a concert. How will this very release set new standards for cinema (that's what "reinvent" cinema means to me)?

    The 3D technology exists for more than 50 years now and didn't succeed. This release won't change that.
    It will look bloody fantastic, though.
  8. ****Off topic***
    Yeah, your new avatar is fuckin great

    ***On topic***
    Im not sure if it will or won't reinvent. But Im sure it will be GREAT.
  9. I made a background...(1280x1024)
    ...mayby you can wait easier when you look every day to it on your desktop

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