Ang Lee’s last film was created in High Dynamic Range, 4K, at 120 frames per second and in 3-D. In English that means that, compared to your big-screen HD TV, the film has more colors, four times the definition, four times the frame rate, and depth. This is the most technologically advanced feature film ever made.
by Leo Sopicki • • 0 Comments
Eighty-nine years ago, Al Jolson said to the audience watching his film ‘The Jazz Singer,’ the first film with synchronized dialog, “You ain’t heard nothin’ yet.” After viewing the demo of High Dynamic Range (HDR) video and Dolby ATMOS sound at the Future of Cinema Conference in Las Vegas, I can confidently say, “You ain’t seen nothin’ yet.”