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STATE OF PLAY SEMINAR – Cinema 2.0: 3D, Big Screen & Participatory Futures

FREE – 29 July 2009 – AFTRS Theatre. 5.30 – 7pm

How will the traditionally passive cinema experience change in the next few years. Stereoscopic 3D films are becoming commonplace alongside specialised 3D Imax outings and in the past few months we have experienced Monsters vs Aliens, Up, Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, Coraline, My Bloody Valentine. Dreamworks have committed to producing all CG films in 3D and there are new releases planned over the next 6 months including Avatar, The Final Destination, re-release of Toy Story 1 & 2. A Christmas Carol & Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs. But what about more interactive cinema with games or social applications particularly with YouTube recently delivering a full 3D capability? Where does the future lie for cinemas and other public screen spaces?

Speakers:

Cane Toad 3D shoot

Cane Toad 3D shoot

LAMP ‘STATE OF PLAY’ SEMINARS

Profiling successful case studies, people and the latest techniques across multi platform media.

  • FREE themed seminars running on the last Wednesday of ‘most’ months at 5.30pm – 7pm.
  • No need to register just turn up to the main Theatre at AFTRS, Sydney (directions)

Trailer below from My Bloody Valentine in 3D

  4 Responses to “State of Play – CINEMA 2.0: Big Screen Participatory Futures”

  1. I really wanted to be there, but can’t.

    Will you upload a recording of this?

    That would be great!

    Woitek

  2. I’ll be there, with bells… on FIRE!
    .-= Clinton Rocksmith´s last blog ..Welcome =-.

  3. I also wanted to be there but missed it, will you be uploading a video podcast?

    Cheers

  4. As long as they make the technology available at home I wont be bothered how it changes. At the minute I am happy with my home cinema (80″ screen), but if 3D films become more main stream I would consider going back to the cinema If I couldnt watch them in 3D at home.

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