Future Cinema (Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit” Video Blog 4)

In the latest video blog from Peter Jackson’s take on “The Hobbit” he discusses 3D and how they a shooting it which i thought i would share with you, as it does relate to what i am working on in my Future cinema and give you a great insight into how these types of films are made which i do find fascinating. Impartially when Peter talks about audio and the frame rate in which the film is captured in which is not the traditional 24 frames per second on “The Hobbit they are actually shooting at 48 frames per second. This is because our eyes see at about 60 frames a second, and 48 frames is a good number as it immerses the audience allot better than the traditional 24 frames and that added to shooting a 5k resolution makes for allot of data as you can image and all the added to surround sound give incredible depth and turns the cinema screen into a window to another very real world which is what we are trying to add to by adding the binaural sound element to a narrative.

 

 

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About michaelmoore32

An aspiring director and designer of films and visual effects. I love creating various media products of all shapes and sizes. I have recently gone on to broadening my horizons looking towards interactive media which including video mapping as away to display work and also as an advertising platform for products. Check out some of my work on my Blog,YouTube and also follow me on Twitter where I will keep you up to date on work I am currently working on and I look forward to hearing your thoughts.

Posted on November 4, 2011, in Future Cinema. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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