Michael bay talks transformers 4 and imax 3d

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  1. infiniti

    infiniti Well-Known Member

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    Michael Bay posted on his site:

    The best way to see this movie is definitely in IMAX 3D.

    By far.

    Why? Because for one, we did technically-excellent 3D in this film. We conceived and shot this movie with 3D cameras. So many movies use 3D as an afterthought.

    We also are the first movie in the world to shoot with the new IMAX digital 3D camera. The ‘Age of Extinction’ was formatted for 2.40 for normal theaters. What makes the IMAX version of this film so different is that 60 percent of the movie opens up and fills the whole IMAX screen. It makes Transformers 4 such an immersive experience.

    The second best way to watch ‘Age of Extinction’ is in a 3D theater featuring Dolby ATMOS sound. ATMOS is the next level in the surround sound experience. The sound not only wraps around from front to back and side to side, there is also a layer of sound above you. The audio will roll and spin around and above you while watching the spaceship chase scene in Age of Extinction.

    See you at the movies.

    MICHAEL BAY TALKS TRANSFORMERS 4 AND IMAX 3D : Michael Bay Dot Com
     
  2. nametaken

    nametaken Well-Known Member

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    Why? Because we will get more money from you if you do.
     
  3. Primal1987

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    Lucky for you, Bay, I'm seeing it in the second best way. If I like it, then I'll watch it the best way. :) 
     
  4. Alcatraz Prime

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    That's gonna be awesome!
     

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