Propelled design leaves participants applauding both tech and the film itself
Any stresses Ang Lee had over how the technologists at the Future of Cinema Conference would get his presentation of footage from “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk” were let go on Saturday.
The presentation of a 11-minute grouping from the film in its local organization (3D, at 4K determination and 120 edges for every second for every eye) charged the gathering in Las Vegas, leaving even experienced aces getting a handle on for superlatives to pass on what they had seen. Their recognition wasn’t held for the innovation, however for the film itself also.
Previous Disney executive, now Society of Motion Picture Engineers (SMPTE) official Howard Lukk told Variety minutes in the wake of rising up out of a demonstrating “I’m shocked. It’s a truly intense film, and a truly clear presentation. It’s the best 3D I’ve ever found in my life. The 3D is ridiculously great on this thing. Totally astonishing.”