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zozer

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« Reply #40 on: 06-04-2003 13:01 »

 
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Originally posted by SQFreak:
Isn't IMax 3D basically just offsetting a copy of the image the amount that they want the image to stick out and then viewing it through polarized lenses?

pretty much.
SQFreak

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« Reply #41 on: 06-04-2003 23:04 »

Oh!!!!

I just saw what zozer was referring to with the 28 frames per second content. It was referring to the opening sequence! Each frame, since it is so complex each frame does take an hour to animate!
sheep555

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« Reply #42 on: 06-05-2003 16:46 »
« Last Edit on: 06-05-2003 16:46 »

Depends whether it's using the polarised or LCD type of glasses (LCD IMAX3D glasses work by "shutting" off each side very very quickly, polarised glasses just merge the two images together...I think).

Going off topic, the Imax theatre near me (Bristol) is this massive circular red brick building with a garden on the top - if you view it from down the street it looks exactly like Jabba's palace  smile
zozer

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« Reply #43 on: 06-07-2003 17:54 »

that was funny when leela couldn't use the 3-d glasses in fear of a bot planet.
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