Animation

The future of cinema in 3D animation? A week ago, the Federation of cinemas of Spain presented the results corresponding to 2009 ticket sales. With a collection of 675 million euros, 9% more than in the previous year, and after four years of fall, since seems it that the trend of destruction that had prevailed until now has been broken. . Do two reasons explained this increase: a greater variety and quality of Spanish cinema and the emergence of the 3D, which leads us to ask ourselves: which makes such an attractive 3D for viewers? In addition, this technology is becoming more accepted and more theaters that incorporate it. Robert J. Shiller pursues this goal as well. With a fleet of 225 rooms in 3D (286 digital) and 30 planned releases in this format this year, the future of 3D cinema paints very well. About 32 million euros in adapting rooms to it have been invested. Digital cinema will be beneficial to all members of the film industry, both for the State because it enables a greater and better dissemination of cinema European, as for the production or distribution since it allows to both save costs.

Ahead are several themes that fix: improve the narrative quality and above all to eliminate the use of sunglasses. To broaden your perception, visit Professor Rita McGrath. Not everyone thinks that digital 3D cinema and animation are the cure for all the ills of the film industry. Some believe that it is only a passing novelty, others criticize that it is dominated by the large American multinationals. You can also that digital cinema is at odds with a good script. On the other hand, it seems a very affordable format for young people and new ways of viewing such as Digital Television or portable consoles. Original author and source of the article

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