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Cinema Siren's Top Movie Trends and Takeaways of 2012

Cinema Siren's Top Movie Trends and Takeaways of 2012 | film industry | Scoop.it
The great, the bizarre and the awful. (Cinema Siren's Top Movie Trends and Takeaways of 2012: The box office receipts didn't automatically match studio...

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NHK to unveil new 8K Super HD technology at Cannes Film Festival - The Japan Daily Press

NHK to unveil new 8K Super HD technology at Cannes Film Festival - The Japan Daily Press | film industry | Scoop.it

Hollywood Reporter NHK to unveil new 8K Super HD technology at Cannes Film Festival The Japan Daily Press Japan's public broadcaster NHK will be unveiling its next-generation 8K Super Hi-Vision (SHV) format on May 16 and 17 by screening the first...


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TV trends at CES: 4K, curves and smart TVs - CNN

TV trends at CES: 4K, curves and smart TVs - CNN | film industry | Scoop.it
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TV trends at CES: 4K, curves and smart TVs
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Las Vegas, Nevada (CNN) -- Remember 3D televisions? WebTV? Television have been a core CES category for many years.

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How will we watch TV in five years?

How will we watch TV in five years? | film industry | Scoop.it
How will we watch TV in five years? It's an apropos question fresh off the International CES trade show in Las Vegas, where lust-worthy Ultra High-Definition 4K televisions were ubiquitous.

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The History of 3D Technology - Looking Back at Its Past

Explore the history of 3D technology influencing the photography, film, science & industry sectors. Trace the history of 3D technology looking in its past.

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Matt Fleuriet's curator insight, April 2, 2013 10:19 PM

This source shows one of the most appealing things of movie viewing, 3D technology. This article explains how 3D has developed into what it is today. Surprisingly, this technology has been around for many years. This is developing into a newer technology called RealD.

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Opinion: 3D is as bad for cinema now as it was 60 years ago - Digital Trends

Opinion: 3D is as bad for cinema now as it was 60 years ago - Digital Trends | film industry | Scoop.it

Opinion: 3D is as bad for cinema now as it was 60 years agoDigital TrendsWith the at-home 3D option, you can add all of the same bugaboos of the theater, plus a paucity of available programming. Our advice: Keep the $300 in your pocket.


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New magnetic film could make storage technology 10000 times more efficient - ExtremeTech

New magnetic film could make storage technology 10000 times more efficient - ExtremeTech | film industry | Scoop.it
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New magnetic film could make storage technology 10000 times more efficient
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Now the team from MIT has published a paper detailing the effect, and it could have a huge impact on storage technology.

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The-future-of-television

The-future-of-television | film industry | Scoop.it
From binge-watching to multi-platform storytelling, EY explains six emerging trends that will have the biggest impact on the future of television.

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Consumers are in control

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3D Theater Technologies

3D Theater Technologies

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Matt Fleuriet's curator insight, April 2, 2013 11:30 PM

This site shows the newest and most advanced forms of 3D technology. This is now where the film industry developing at. As there are many different types of 3D now. This may help with choosing the best one to enjoy.