From The Abyss into Terminator 2, Titanic into Avatar, a James Cameron movie pushes the envelope when it comes to vision. Anticipate Avatar 2 to be different, as Cameron will create visuals, unlike anything we have seen on screen.
One of the developments will be functionality capture technologies that are underwater that is world-first. “The problem with water is not the underwater part, but also the interface between the atmosphere and the water, which forms a moving mirror,” Cameron told Collider. “That moving mirror reflects all of the markers and dots, and it produces a whole lot of false markers. It’s a bit like a fighter airplane dumping a lot of chaff to confuse the radar of a missile. It creates thousands of false goals, so we’ve had to figure out how to get around that issue, which we did.”
Cameron wants to reevaluate the 3D encounter in cinemas and it is going to be particularly intriguing to see how he fares here. Avatar’s 3D visuals (arguably yet to be bettered) kickstarted new heights of interest in stereoscopic projection, and also for many years in the wake of its release, multiplexes were dominated by 3D screenings of both blockbusters.
Cinemagoers’ curiosity has then waned — a shift Cameron has blamed on Hollywood’s taste for converting 2D-shot movies into 3D in post-production, rather than using real stereoscopic cameras — but in a look at the Vivid light festival in Sydney (reported by Movieweb), he explained that the Avatar sequels”would probably be, to the best of my ability, the very best 3D that [it is ] possible to create.”
Will the world still care about Avatar?
2009 was a very long time. Over a decade has passed since first hit cinema screens that were Avatar, and 3D has largely jumped into memory as a fad. But people’s fascination with Pandora shouldn’t be counted out — they wish to be revealed something they have never seen in a movie theater before, and Cameron is decided to provide that experience for his audience. We can not wait to see what he comes up with.
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