The Evolution of 3D Cinema

People are just wobbled in this recession- anxiuos earth. To escape from these worries, people tend to find ways how to forget it even just  for awhile. Take vacations, eat-out…watch movies. And it is really great that this various things that entertain us also changes,innovates,making people more satisfied.

And speaking of movies, a lot of it had changed.  Before, we can just view it flat. But now, technology had brought as inventions that makes everything exciting. The 3D technology is really a good one. Watching a movie seemed to be much thrilling. Below is  “The Evolution of 3D Cinema” by

  • c1894 William Friese Greene files a patent application for a 3D viewing process using two screens side by side, united in the viewer’s eye by a cumbersome stereoscope headset. As with all his endeavours, he is ahead of his audience by about 30 years.
  • 1915 The Great Train Robbery director, film- narrative pioneer and cine-huckster Edwin S Porter, presents red-green anaglyph test shorts in New York, but his process is never developed further.
  • 1920 The Power of Love (a movie now lost), using a system developed by cinematographer Robert F Elder, is the first 3D movie screened for a commercial audience, in Los Angeles.
  • 2003 James Cameron’s Ghosts of the Abyss, a 3D documentary tour of the Titanic wreckage, lays the foundation for the technology he will need to make Avatar.

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