May 9, 2012

How Technology Is Reinventing Cinema

Sebastian Anthony, Extreme Tech


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As of 2012, around 60% of all cinema screens worldwide have been converted from film to digital projectors. Over half of those digital screens are outfitted with stereoscopic (3D) projectors. By 2015, it is expected that almost every cinema screen will be digital and that film projection will all but die out.

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