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No 3D Blu-ray for Avatar ... at least for the moment


James Cameron's Avatar, the 3D movie of the most successful in history, and the film builds its 3D Evangelist Panasonic 3D Blu-ray and the introduction of television on the plans for the year 2010, seems certain to debut on Blu-ray format standard 2D.

Minimizes During a conference on the technology, exclusive to expect the Fox Studios in Los Angeles, Chief Danny Kaye beginning of the 3D-avatar technology, "said HCC:" Do not assume that will be the first 3D avatar Blu - Ray Fox.

The default view Fox Theater on the disc is four months. This avatar is on schedule for launch in April 2010. The first 3D Panasonic Blu-ray and range of televisions unlikely to want to deliver up to the early summer, the blockbuster puts synchronization with a starting material.

A much better bet Fox is yet another 3D blockbuster Ice Age 3D. The 2D version on Blu-ray debut in November last year, so that a respectable (and the development of long products) for ice 3D special issue will be published simultaneously with the introduction of the material in 2010. It seems reasonable to assume that avatar is to follow the same path dual immersion, published a special edition of 3D to standard 2D version.

After blockbuster 20th Century Fox's 3D earned more than $ 350m (£ 217m) in the United States and more than $ 670m (£ 415m) outside the United States in the first 17 days on the screens.

A question of costs

It also seems unlikely that 3D films are delivered with 3D without glasses, as the practice had been in the news anaglyph movie. Danny Kaye Fox says that up to the cost. "I guess the TV manufacturers put the glasses on the table, and new players bundled with 3D glasses. These (new) 3D glasses do not cost 50 cents or a dollar per." Eighteen months ago, to have a few active shutter glasses that place costs more than $ 100 is now around $ 25. "

But do not think that this limits the availability of 3D glasses. "You'll see businesses in the construction, the glasses very cool and pleasant on. I've seen the styles of people who already wear glasses may be used, because it moves the bridge of the nose. You can drink too Buy six or 40 years old. Everyone wants consumers with easy access.

Panasonic, Samsung, Sony and others reveal their first line of 3D hardware at CES this week. According to market analyst DisplaySearch, the market for 3D TV could be worth up to 22 billion U.S. dollars in 2018.

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