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From: moviePig <pwall...@moviepig.com>
Date: Sat, 14 Apr 2012 12:43:37 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Sat, Apr 14 2012 3:43 pm
Subject: Re: Titanic Real 3d or Fraud 3D?
On Apr 14, 11:29 am, anim8rFSK <anim8r...@cox.net> wrote:
> In articleI won't argue with the industry facts, but they do seem
> > > > > "Now for the final flaw. It is, of course, the 3D process. Cameron has
> > > > Except that CGI can be made into true 3-D by creating a perspective
> > > Except they don't. Very few scenes in CGI are entirely 3D. If the film
> > Afaik (which admittedly isn't terribly far) CGI action is modeled in
> There are producers that think that's how it should be done. We change
> ...and thus a
> > stereoscopic rendering is a mere matter of choosing -- and rendering
> No sir. You don't want to model everything in 3D, and certainly don't
counterintuitve ...inasmuch as it seems harder to render a real-world
object in 2D than in 3D. E.g., I find more sophistication in drawing
a cube than in building one. It's why we attribute genius to classic
painters who imbue their canvases with a sense of depth.
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