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The Evolution of Viewing Movies

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Joshua Cammarn

on 13 December 2012

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The Evolution of Viewing Movies VHS and DVD VHS
-Released in 1976
-Was released in a time when video recording became a major part of the television industry.
-VHs was basically a plastic box filled with a movie on film.
-If the film was disturbed, the VHS tape would become inoperable. DVD
-Released in 1995
-Offered a high capacity of information onto a small, easy to store disc.
-The current problem with DVDs is their tendency to easily get damaged.
-One scratch to the writable surface and you'll never be able to watch the movie smoothly again. The Revival of 3-D Cinema -Since 3-D was released in 1915, its popularity has increased and decreased repeatedly.
-Arch Oboler set it back into motion in the 1960's, as he did in its first introduction.
-It was the first time that 3-D film was printed with two images, one over the other, on the same film strip.
-Eliminated the need for dual cameras as well as the problem of the synchronization two projectors. IMAX Watching Mobile IMAX Laser Projectors Expansion Of Small Home Theaters Bionic Lenses Hyper-Matrix Theater of the Future Animation Replacing Actors -A theater of the future where the screen actually comes to life.
-Three walls are covered with motorized cubes that literally pulse to create amazing patterns. -Each cube has its own motor that is programmed into a choreographed routine and told how much and when to pulse. -The screen can of course be flattened out and used as a panoramic theater but imagine if the movement of the blocks and a movie were combined. -Imagine watching Harry Potter cast a spell and it physically shoot through the audience.
-Or watching The Sound of Music and seeing the depth of the mountains in contrast with the sky. -Believe it or not, animation will take on a whole new direction where the actors perform the movements of a character while those movements are being motion captured.
-Motion capturing involves tracking any and all movements a human can make, all the way to the slightest movement of arm hair, and transferring of it into a computer database for use in the creation of animated movies that would just be considered "Movies."
-Everyone purchases one pair of almost microscopic earphones in their lifetime that wirelessly connect with the Bionic Lenses and provide the best sound possible.
-Every pair of lenses gives every viewer the exact same point of view.
-The director and producer of the movie have more freedom to create. They can put you in the main characters shoes from time to give you the feeling of actually being in the movie. Imagine Joseph Gordon-Levitt staring into your eyes and reciting his lines. -Home theaters are common in mansions or vacation homes, but can you see a home theater being as common as a bathroom?
-Theaters in homes will be overabundant in the future.
-These theaters will house anywhere from 3-8 people at once and provide the best video and audio possible. -IMAX Laser Projectors will bring a rejuvenation to the screen.
-Two 4K laser projectors project the movie image onto a 4K screen.
-4K is a great deal larger than the capacity of DVD's and double the size of current cinema screens. -IMAX stands for Image Maximum.
-It has the capacity to record and display images of far greater size and resolution than conventional film systems.
-As of September 2012, there were 697 IMAX theaters in 52 countries. -Mobile viewing has become increasingly popular ever since the invention of smartphones.
-For the first time, people could view their favorite movies in the palms of their hands. -Now you can watch movies instantly on the go with no problems.
-There are multitudes of apps to download to stream your favorite movies. -The first permanent IMAX theater was built in Toronto Canada in the Cinesphere in 1971. -IMAX format is mainly used for specialty applications like documentaries and popular movies.
-The sound was not embedded in with the film. A separate magnetic film was played back with a follower during the movie.
-IMAX HD was introduced in 1992 with 48 frames per second. This is double what was originally used. -Then the tablet was introduced and a whole new niche market was created.
-The tablet allowed for a larger screen for viewing without losing the mobile capability. With laser projectors, movies would no longer be recorded on the film we know of today. Wider film would be required to gain the desired affect. -At movies today, one projector is lit with a powerful bulb, sometimes creating a faded out effect near the edges of the screen.
-With these laser projectors, a much brighter and deeper picture can be achieved.
-Laser projectors allow pinpoint lines and microscopic details to appear on screen.
-If you were to watch a movie now, you would see lines in the film and occasional shaking of the whole picture. -Special affects can be added to the theater as well. A slight breeze, the smell of flowers, a sudden jolt, or even sudden temperature changes can go along with the movie being watched for greater entertainment. -The best part about home theaters is that when you see a release date for a movie, that is the date it will be released everywhere for instant download or temporary streaming.
-You will be able to sit down in front of a giant, retina display screen and stream any movie, new or old, instantly for your viewing pleasure. -These lenses are not a random, far off prediction.
-In 2011, a pair of Bionic Lenses containing one pixel were successfully created and tested at the University of Washington with no side affects.
-Imagine, in 50 years, as many pixels as in an HDTV will fit into your eye. -Bionic Lenses are contacts that provide a virtual display for the person wearing them.
-The viewer can put them on and be transported into a movie of their choice.
-This would be no ordinary movie. You could turn 360 degrees around and never see a seam.
-The viewer would be completely submerged into the movie.
-Imagine going to the store to buy a movie you have been dying to watch. You get to the Bionic Lens section and find the movie you want in a small box about the size of a quarter. -The actors job will be to record themselves acting out the lines from the script to create the character.
-They have to create the character from the inside while the animation experts build the look of them.
-Actors and actresses biggest job will be to give life to a character.
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