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OK, I saw Avatar 3-D yesterday.

I didn't see it at an IMAX theater but I was surprisingly impressed by the 3-D effects.  A few months ago I was at a computer show for vendors and watched a 3-D demonstration using electronic glasses that blinked polarized lenses as shutters.  Whatever method was used in Avatar used glasses but not electronic ones.  The effect however was as good as I recall seeing at that computer show and the screen was WAY BIGGER.

The movie was like a combination of Vietnam, Dances with Wolves, Aliens and Fern Gully.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferngully

Heavy on the Fern Gully.

http://www.thedailytube.com/vi...-presents-fern-gully

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...eature=youtube_gdata

It totally blows away Star Trek which had nothing to say and beats it for effects.  I am going to go again soon which I haven't done for any movie since The Matrix.  That was 10 years 9 1/2 months ago.

http://www.cinemablend.com/new...ee-Avatar-16208.html

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