James Cameron promised that we would see sequels to the year 2009 sci-fi smash, and even though it has taken a very long time there, Cameron is now working hard to release four of them at the same time. Cameron claims that the Avatar movies are his career and life for the future. Cameron employed some other writers including Rick Jaffa, Josh Friedman, Shane Salemo and Amanda Silver to contribute ideas. Eventually, Cameron assigned the scripts for one of the sequel movies, with Silver and Jaffa working together. However, you might not be aware that you will watch the new Avatar movies in Glassless.
Christie Digital is a leading audio, visual and collaboration solutions company that provides diverse solutions for the entertainment, industry and business industries. They played an important role in the film-to-digital conversion, bringing monumental landmarks to life with the projection mapping and putting pixels with Christie Micro Tiles. In addition, because the company has continued to break new grounds as the innovation powerhouse, they played an important role when it comes to development of new solutions. They introduced advancing seamless presentation and immersive audio and collaboration. Christie Digital has also opened a new field with laser projection.
Avatar animated 3D cinema experience and we expect the sequel movies to do the same. Cameron is planning to use new 3D technology that will eliminate the need for glasses. If the technology becomes a reality, it will change the presentation of data. Cameron is yet to release any details about the technology, but most of his statements are promising. He once said that he is optimistic on the glassless 3D technology, but they are still working on brighter projection that will provide 3D images without the need for glasses. His studio signed a 5 years contract with the Christie Digital, a firm on the leading edge when it comes to projection solutions.
Some glassless 3D cinema experiences are already in the market but they do not provide the quality Cameron requires to show the epic sequel. Moreover, the availability of this technology is limited. Most cinemas employed the 3D capability when showing the Avatar. For some other cinemas, the available system is very expensive and most audiences find the glasses cumbersome and uncomfortable to use. If Cameron’s glassless 3D technology becomes a reality, it will be available for all cinemas.
Screens that will produce holograms
After accepting the honorary membership to the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, James Cameron discussed his determination to advance 3D technology. According to him, he is not pushing for better workflow, tools, High Dynamic Range (HDR) or High Frame Rates (HFR). They are working to develop a brighter projection and he believes that it will happen without glasses.
Cameron is working to produce a form of hologram produced through the screen. After the technology becomes available at reasonable cost, it will change how we consume images radically. A quick example, an online shopper could start by viewing the objects before purchasing. The presentations will have other dimensions to wow the audiences in addition to many opportunities for the serious gamers.
His pursuance to disrupt the industry of motion pictures is a step ahead. Christie Digital has been producing RGB laser projection systems that produce 6,000 lumens. Some of the Best Smart Projectors in the market today can only reach 3,000 lumens. That might be the difference to expect in the brightness level. One Futurism article claims that Christie Digital has already solved the blur and distortion problem in the high frame rates.
The Avatar 2
After premiering in the year 2009, Avatar won three Oscars due to the technical execution and design of the film. The film introduced the story of a paraplegic marine who went to the moon Pandora in a mission to infiltrate the indigenous people and help in their emotion to make a room for the United States led mining and colonization. Unfortunately, his loyalties are torn when in the mission and he has to make tough and impossible decision.
The Avatar 2 will reintroduce most of the familiar cast. Cameron has not released the official plot, but the sequel movies will follow most of the challenges expected with the next generations of Avatars in fight against the human invasion. After its release, the Avatar garnered more than $2.7 billion. Some critics believe that the idea of sequels is unnecessary. However, we expect more people to flock to the cinemas, particularly due to the introduction of glassless 3D technology.
The Glassless 3D movie technology
Serious gamers who would want to ditch their headsets for immersive VR experience and online shoppers in need of 360-degrees views when searching for the most appropriate item on the online store will find the glassless 3D holograms more helpful. The same case might happen in the other areas of life. The glassless 3D technology Cameron is working to develop involves more than visuals coming out of a screen. He has proposed screens that can produce hologram capable of providing the audience with immersive viewing experience. More like the first Avatar, he is planning to extend his technology beyond the 3d movie glasses industry and present it in the other industries.
Beyond RGB projectors, which are characterised by higher frame rates, glassless 3D movie technology is already in the market. Researchers from the MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL together with Weizmann Institute of Science from Israel worked to develop a version of glasses free 3d cinema technology that uses mirrors and lenses that they have placed in strategic places. It is the first technical approach, which has allowed use of grass-free 3D technology on a large scale.
In addition, because James Cameron is solely determined on directing his Avatar sequels to include the most recent movie magic, we should wait for a great experience. The first Avatar might be an indication of what we should expect in the near future.
If you watched the Avatar, you possibly know some of the issues to expect with 3D glasses. The glasses are uncomfortable and the quality ones are expensive and impractical. The glassless 3D technology Cameron is working on might revolutionize the movie industry by avoiding 3d glasses for cinema hall.