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well, it doesn't technically...

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Dec 13 2012, 3:57pm


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like, the projector is probably still set to the same level of brightness of the bulb that's projecting, whether it's 24 fps or 48, but what's happening is that your eye can see more visual information than what it sees at 24 fps, so there's these gaps...imagine it almost like a series of images with black spaces in between that flow together so quickly you don't know there's black spaces, you just see the motion picture image. but the image is "darker" to your perception than a real-life image would be because you are actually getting less visual information, but you're getting enough that your eyes and brain smooth out the gaps. the "brightness" of the picture wasn't ever really an issue in 2D but suddenly with 3D we're putting shades on in a darkened room and your eyes start straining a lot more. with 48 fps you are given more visual information and so, in a sense, there are less black spaces in the moving image...thus it can seem "brighter," in addition to the reduction in strobing, flickering, blur, etc.

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24fps, but 3D or 2D? xxxyyy Send a private message to xxxyyy Dec 13 2012, 3:12pm
    i dunno but i'd say... unexpectedvisitor Send a private message to unexpectedvisitor Dec 13 2012, 3:19pm
        how does frame rate affect brightness? // imin Send a private message to imin Dec 13 2012, 3:39pm
            Images=light projected in your eyball in an dark environnement. Notanelvishname Send a private message to Notanelvishname Dec 13 2012, 3:48pm
            well, it doesn't technically... unexpectedvisitor Send a private message to unexpectedvisitor Dec 13 2012, 3:57pm
                I saw it yesterday in 24fps 3d The Preciousss Send a private message to The Preciousss Dec 13 2012, 4:31pm
                    Thank you. RalphDamiani Send a private message to RalphDamiani Dec 13 2012, 4:37pm
                        Saw it in HFR 3D Jax_Teller Send a private message to Jax_Teller Dec 13 2012, 4:48pm
                    if 24 fps 3D doesn't add much then i think it would detract unexpectedvisitor Send a private message to unexpectedvisitor Dec 13 2012, 4:52pm
                Would this not happen with all films other than HFR hobbit imin Send a private message to imin Dec 13 2012, 5:09pm
                    well unexpectedvisitor Send a private message to unexpectedvisitor Dec 13 2012, 6:38pm
                        Thanks for the reply imin Send a private message to imin Dec 13 2012, 6:47pm
                            2D 24 = win, 3D 48 = win, 3D 24 = lose Defiant Send a private message to Defiant Dec 13 2012, 7:42pm
                                Saw it in 3d 24 fps imin Send a private message to imin Dec 14 2012, 1:30am
                                    I wanted to see it in 2D to compare totoro Send a private message to totoro Dec 16 2012, 5:07am
    My biggest concern would be missing some of the subtle details morgenstern Send a private message to morgenstern Dec 13 2012, 3:29pm
    Requesting review RalphDamiani Send a private message to RalphDamiani Dec 13 2012, 3:46pm
    Good choice not seeing it in HFR DanielLB Send a private message to DanielLB Dec 13 2012, 3:57pm
    nooooo jimmyfenn Send a private message to jimmyfenn Dec 13 2012, 4:37pm
    2D dubulous Send a private message to dubulous Dec 13 2012, 9:11pm

 
 
 

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