Everybody loves 3D movies, especially kids! Although this sophisticated technology has been around for quite a long time, it still leaves people in amazement. Many theatres have made the jump from 3D to 4D films as well. It’s an exciting time for cinema lovers. The future of cinematic pleasure sounds too good to be true. Here is what you can expect:
Non-Intrusive 3D Viewing
People have become familiar with the different types of 3D glasses that are typically handed out to them before they enter a movie theatre. You have the anaglyph, polarized, and shutter 3D glasses. The sudden difference wearing those glasses can make for big screen viewing can be surprising as the blurry images transform into clear images.
The video game industry has already made great strides when it comes to hyper-realism. We can expect 3D movies to become more realistic. There is a huge demand for believable science-fiction movies that are grounded in reality.
3D movies often have imaginative and creative worlds. We can also expect to watch movies set in strange or surreal universes that do not fully resemble ours. The beauty of these kinds of movies can never fully be captured with 2D.
Although 4DX movies have been around for some time, many people have said that they still don’t quit the mark or, when they do, aren’t appreciated enough. However, a 4DX movie experience can be absolutely worth it.
The effectiveness or success of a 4DX movie mainly depends on the element of synchronicity. When the timing is right, it becomes possible to create an immersive experience. Through the correct use of scents, water sprays, and shaking sights, the audience should be able to place themselves in the shoes of the protagonist and get an adrenaline rush experience.
Sensory-based 4D films are getting a newfound appreciation again. Although it has been around since the 60s, it wasn’t a success. We can now expect a diverse range of odors that will help us understand the universe shown in the movie much better.
To Sum Up
Although the last few years have not been kind to 3D cinema, we can safely say that 3D cinema is here to stay for a long time. It can never fully die down, especially when both 3D and 4D carry such tremendous potential for growth. 4D cinema, in particular, is a realm that offers scope for a high level of creativity and innovation.