Dec 21, 2012
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In the opening hour of The Hobbit shown in 3D HFR – I don’t recall hearing a single sigh, or laugh. Not one. When I went to see the exact same seen with an audience of the same size on a 2D projection – I heard regular chuckles and laughter… why? Again more on that in a bit – but this was palpable and very interesting for me to witness. All of the jokes seemed to be falling flat or being missed in the HFR projection.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Masterclass in Why HFR fails, and a reaffirmation of what makes cinema magical « Vincent Laforet’s Blog
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