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Exclusive James Cameron Interview

3D According to James Cameron...

James Cameron continues to pioneer 3D technology. With the first Avatar he showed what 3D could add to the film experience. After criticizing the fast conversions from 2D to 3D that many Hollywood studios have released since Avatar, Cameron oversaw a team that turned Titanic into a 3D blockbuster. That film has been a commercial and critical success, showing what a year of meticulous conversion and $18 million can add to a 15-year-old movie. The director talks about Avatar, Titanic and the future of 3D, including the role video games will play, in this exclusive interview for 3D Vision owners.

 

 

 

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I believe James Cameroon had

I believe James Cameroon had introduced revolutionary changes in the field of 3D through his magnum opus movie Avatar. 3D movies had released before but Avatar made other movies to be released in 3D. Thanks for conducting an interview with him about this topic.

I believe James Cameroon had

I believe James Cameroon had introduced revolutionary changes in the field of 3D through his magnum opus movie Avatar. 3D movies had released before but Avatar made other movies to be released in 3D. Thanks for conducting an interview with him about this topic.

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