Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by Leather Elbows, Feb 24, 2012.
Anyone hope it's not. Maybe 3D will be dead by 2014? Who knows
Why would 3D be dead by 2014?, it's so common to see it in the movies.
No, it will most definatly be 3d to jack up the prices.
3D was borderline dead until Avatar revived it so it's possible it could see a decline sometime in the future again. But since Avatar will undoubtedly feature 3D in both its sequels and amp up the hype surrounding 3D further, I can't see it dying anytime soon.
I personally could do without 3D - it makes me nauseous. If they can find a way to do 3D where you don't have to wear stupid glasses that give you headaches, I'd be more supportive of it.
3D is not the future until something like that is done since not everyone can watch it. It's not like HD where everyone can enjoy it.
But back on topic, 3D is still pretty lucrative for studios so I'm pretty sure TF4 will be done in 3D.
Why not? when done right, 3D looks incredible (Avatar, DOTM)
I get it. I hope so 3D will still be going, it would be a disappointment not to have it.
I TF4 will be in 3D.
3D is awesome.
SHOULD it be in 3D? No, no it shouldn't
WILL it be in 3D? Absolutely so.
SHOULD it be in 3D? Not really, no.
WILL it be in 3D? Absolutely
3D sucks!!!!!!!!! i hate it...... cause it:
a. it does not pop out
b. it just plain suck
c. cost to much
d.gives you headaces
and thats my reasons why it sucks and yeah it will be dead! trust me i work at target and nobody buys the 3d Tv rarely u do! blue ray is bad enough with the prices
point it it will be dead before 2014
So... 3D Iz bad caus it jost suk?
Also, all the Targets I know of only have about 3 different models of 3DTVs
While it doesn't in some movies, there are some really great pop out scenes in others.
And, finally, Blu-Ray definatlely won't be dead in two years because that's been phasing out DVDs.
It'll be in 4D! SMELL THE ACTION!
1.) 3D is simply the addition of the third dimension; the Z axis. Depth. Meaning there are things in the foreground that are more prominent than those set back further in the background. By that very basic definition, things "pop out"; whether it's in the gimmicky "WHOA HERE COMES AN ARROW AT YOUR FACE"-way or the more recent "let's make details and environments pop"-sort of thing.
2.) No, it does not 'just plain suck'.
3.) Cost is relative. $3 extra for a ticket or an additional $5 million in technical equipment/labour? A lot of people are willing to pay it.
4.) It gives some people headaches. Not all.
5.) Blu-Rays aren't as expensive as they once were. The difference between them and DVD prices are swiftly decreasing.
6.) The "low" selling of 3D TVs at your particular store does not alone indicate that 3D will die within a couple of years. People aren't buying as many carrots at my grocery store as they used to; does that mean that produce as a whole will cease to sell? NOT. IN. THE. SLIGHTEST.
7.) My magic 8 ball is lost at the moment and my time machine is in the shop. I'll have to take your word for it that it'll be dead within the next two years, because I certainly can't predict that.
Yes. It appears that that is his argument summed up.
As long as its not post coverted 3d its boring and does nothing but if its shot in 3d I have no problems
I'm not gonna say "fixed it for you," but I've made some suggestions for accuracy.
Get ready for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen in 4D! Experience the the Face ripping! The Love in 4d! SMELL JOHN TUTUTOROS ASS!
Transformers A Michael Bay film.
I want to sig this so bad...
I don't get the problem with the glasses: they are no more offensive than sunglasses. They are lightweight, comfortable and often times you forget you are even wearing them.
3D dead by 2014? Highly doubt it. Though I wouldn't mind seeing TF4 in 3D as long as it's done right.
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