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3D Movies

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MARGIE GAMEZ

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the road to an invention: 3D movies jonathan martinetti - margie gamez - maria leonor luzuriaga - jorge andres coppiano - alejandro vanegas James Cameron’s Traits James Cameron’s Traits James Cameron’s Traits James Cameron’s Traits Innovation
Intelligence
Communication
Emotional Intelligence The biggest advantage of 3D movies is that they are still a novelty. Yes, this year has seen an influx of them, but they do have a long way to go before they outnumber 2D movies. For now, 3D movies do seem to be high on studio’s agendas, and they are being used to breathe new life into otherwise forgotten or badly reviewed movie franchises. Only time will tell as to how successful this will be.

Another string to the 3D bow is that there is the potential to take audiences into the reality on the screen. 3D undoubtedly makes what we are seeing more vivid and dare I say it, real. We can almost touch the world the characters exist in. But ‘rare’ is the key word here; it isn’t always that easy to blur the boundary between our worlds and the worlds on the cinema screen, which leads nicely onto the downside of 3D movies. Why is it creative? In a movie theater, the reason why you wear 3-D glasses is to feed different images into your eyes just like a View-Master does. The screen actually displays two images, and the glasses cause one of the images to enter one eye and the other to enter the other eye. There are two common systems for doing this:

Red/Blue System
Polarized System How It Works: Born in Canada.
Film director, film producer, deep-sea explorer, screenwriter, visual artist and editor,
Terminator, Titanic, Avatar
Exploring new things and dreaming about creating something new.
He started inventing space adventures and creating his own visual effects
Moved to California in 1971.
Films technology,
Creator of special effects,
Opportunity of directing came from the hand of Italian producer. James Cameron
(August 16,1954) Cameron's first film was the 1978 science fiction short film Xenogenesis,
In 1984, he wrote, and directed The Terminator
So important is technology in Cameron's films that he waited years for the technical tools of the craft to advance sufficiently to realize his vision
Special 3-D cameras developed.
Avatar was composed almost entirely of computer-generated animation, using a more advanced version of the performance capture technique. JAMES CAMERON´S TRAITS sensibility
visionary
passionate
risk taker James Cameron’s Traits 4. Verification 2. Incubation 1. Preparation Stereoscopic Method Anaglyph 3D 1890s - William Frease-Greene.One eye sees one image and the other eye sees another one. Creates a 3D effect.
A succession of stereoscopic photography = 3D movie
Didn’t have a theatrical practical use. 1915s - Edwin Porter and William Waddell.
With the use of bicolor glasses.
Superposing two photographs, which are in two different colors, to create an illusion of depth. anaglyph illusion anaglyph illusion 3. Illumination There are several movies filmed in 3D formats which were very successful and profitable. successful 3D movies
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