Aug 31 2009, 8:51pm
Maybe it will also be possible, that with this technique, you can actually be a part of the movie, as it's in the room you're in, and not on a flat screen. That will be real 3D, won't it? And it's also possible with this technique to interact with it, so your actions could change the outcome of the movie. I'd love to see the first movie that will use this technique in the (near) future. It's reminding me of the holodeck in Star Trek. Besides, it's only a part of possible future 3D technology, there can also be other new technologies that are now or in the (near) future in development imo.
(This post was edited by Theodred on Aug 31 2009, 8:54pm)