I saw Chicken Little in Digital 3D at Innaloo with Heidi and Phil. The movie itself was quite amusing with a hole swag of popular culture references (which may make it fairly dated in future), but I was (initially) more interested to see how the 3D presentation worked out.
When buying the tickets we had to pay an extra $2 each and were given cheesy polarised glasses (Gosh, they look just like Chicken Little’s!). These glasses worked incredibly well. We sat in the most central seats we could find (not difficult as the cinema was nearly empty) and the 3D was very clear. Another thing that stood out was the clarity of the image (probably due to the digital projection).
Recommended viewing. The biggest shortcoming of the film (to me) was the characterisation of the father. His personality seemed inconsistent with his apparant past.
I kept the polarised glasses to play around with. I figure that I can try to polarise projected light with one pair and view it with another. Maybe if I get a couple of flashlights and print stereo images onto transparent film…
Update: uploaded photo.
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Sounds good. I think I too would go and see a Chicken Little movie to check out the digital projection.
At which cinema was the movie shown? I wonder if the digital projector will be used for other movies or if it was loaned just for this movie.
So when’s the Young and Dangerous remake coming out 😛
And i thought you said were trying to go with the hair over one eye type of look or something.
Young and Dangerous VII: The stupid glasses. 🙂
you know where a i can buy one of this chicken little glasses. please e-mail me.
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