Who wants to see TF 3 in 3-D?

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  1. manyoufactsure

    manyoufactsure Maximal TFW2005 Supporter

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    I remember hearing rumors that TF2 would be in 3-D and I didn't want it.

    But after seeing Avatar I think it would be awesome. It isn't the cheesy effects that the 3-D of the 80s had. I loved it.

    It would bring out all sorts of neat effects for the Transformers bodies and moving parts but it might be a bigger nightmare for the CGI workers

    Anyone else think so?
     
  2. Digilaut

    Digilaut My name is Drift.

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    Wouldn't be opposed to it, but I'd rather see they focus on making a good movie first. 3d is awesome but I don't think it adds as much to a movie as people want it to...or have 2d movies suddenly become boring and unwatchable? :p 
     
  3. An-Tan

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    3-D makes my head hurt, so no thanks.
     
  4. Ephland

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    Avatar was made with the 3D specifically in mind. I don't know if I want the producers focusing on that aspect of it. Avatar looked really cool and was one hell of an experience, but Transformers offers giant robots that transform into stuff. It doesn't need 3D to appeal to people.
     
  5. Sage o' G-fruit

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    No way, I like my eyes the way they are.

    Functioning.
     
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    I'm not sure it's feasible from a budget standpoint right now. So much money goes into rendering the robots and really making them realistic with reflections, lighting, etc. The budget would explode if they added 3d to that.

    However, I think once the technology is refined and the cost reduced, there's no reason why a Transformers movie can't be in 3d. I think in 10 years most action movies will be in 3d.

    I just don't see it happening for the next movie.
     
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    That would be a neat twist. But I also think the budget would probably exceed 300 mil if so.
     
  8. grimlock1972

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    this and if devy's renders in 2D trashed computers id hate to see what a 3D version of those renders would do :eek: 
     
  9. Kaymac

    Kaymac I'M REALLY FEELIN' IT!

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    If they just focused on making the movie and THEN added 3D, sure, but if they just worte in a lot of cheesy effects to make the 3D seem like it's more "there", I don't know.
     
  10. bellpeppers

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    I would.
     
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    I think it would be neat seeing TF3 in 3-D. However, I don't know it my eyes would hold up for 2 1/2 hours. I haven't even seen Avatar yet. I think my eyes would pop out of my head. Either that or I'd get a splitting headache.
     
  12. Digilaut

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    There are no problems watching 3d movies that long (at least, nut with the current tech). I've watched Avatar twice in 3d, once in Imax..no problems.

    The only problem the 3d seems to have is the image looks slightly more blurry, because there's still a focuspoint in the shot (you can't just look anywhere), and for some reason the two images combined don't line up 100% perfect as your eyes do looking into the 'real' world.

    It doesn't mess up your eyes because it does nothing different than what your eyes are already doing all the time. The 'glasses' do not have any strength. Maybe there's a couple of people that get dizzy or nauseous while watching, but then again, there are also people that get sick while in a car, so I'd hardly call that the fault of 3d movies.

    Still, I don't think 3d is going to be the future of movies. It adds some more fun to a couple of movies, and in the case of Avatar, it seems to be built on that feature alone..for most movies though, it's more an unnecessary gimmick.
     
  13. DecepticonSpike

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    I'd rather they focus on a good story. If is was a 3-D movie, I'd be worried about they would sacrifice story for "oooh, look! Starscream's coming right at ya!"
     
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    Avatar's 3D made my eyes sore ._.

    I dunno if it was the movie's fault or the theaters but my eyes were sore after it ended. 3D is an ok gimmick.

    But Really as long as I get more robots fucking each other up I couldn't care less
     
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    If its the way Avatar did it, only to make it more realistic, then YES.

    If there will be things flying/pointing/Baysploding at you every 5 seconds, then NO.


    -while the first option could possibly work out well, overall id rather it be normal
     
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    Er, no... 2D is plenty good enough for me.
     
  17. jgoss

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    i wouldn't seeing it on the big screen is good enough.
     
  18. Moy

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    No.
     
  19. eagc7

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    A great and big no!!!
     
  20. SMS55

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    Don't care for it. Now the whole movie shot in Imax, that I would like. The forest scene is simply amazing.
     

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