I’m in the midst of reading an article in PC Magazine on the upcoming format wars for 3-D in the home – tvs, projectors, cameras, etc. I’m like so excited I’m lactating. Or something like that.
Anyway, from the article, I pulled this juicy paragraph:
Three-dimensional anything has always looked cheesy, but that wasn't the case when I recently saw the very gory My Bloody Valentine 3D, which was shot using RealD technology and screened using a single high-res digital projector. There were pickaxes coming at you, blood splattering on your 3D glasses—I was in horror heaven! The 3D glasses handed out for the film were made of a durable plastic with polarized lenses. The polarized lenses allow each eye to see its own picture, even if you tilt your head; older 3D film methods used two projectors, and the anaglyphic (red/blue) glasses caused you to see double imaging if your head was tilted to the side.
You see, I told you you should see this baby! Go see it now!