The new Sci-fi film Avatar will be shown in Britain by the end of the year. Start polishing up your silly glasses; hope it isn't a fad like first time around.
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Formerly known as plastic penguin
There are a couple around at the moment PP- Ice Age 3 and Gforce which I saw the other week.Effects were pretty good and the glasses are proper plastic type sunglasses stuff not the dire cardboard bicolor focals of old.-but there was a surcharge for the 3D showings (hence the upmarket glasses)
Definately here to stay with a lot of new stuff Toy Story to come most of the ones 've seen have been very good with the effects used pretty well. Think the first one of new batch I saw was Journey to cenre of the earth
Ok so apologies for what may be a couple of dumb questions ...I realise that Cinemas need to specially equipped for 3-D but can 3-D DVD's be played back on a normal plasma/LCD TV and show the same effects at home? (with the viewer wearing the specs) ..And if so what exactly is the 3-D service Sky is planning to roll out next year?I admit it I'm confused!
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