What is special about IMAX 3D?
Unique to IMAX is its huge screen, which is bigger than any other format, up to 40% larger, and it uses an aspect ratio that’s taller than other theaters. With some movies, this means you’re seeing more of the image instead of black bars on the top and bottom of the frame.
Is IMAX 3D or 2D?
2D always. as others pointed out already before me. It’s better to watch it in a proper IMAX theater (usually they’re about 6 stories tall screen and supports 70mm and/or Laser format) if your location has one. Best example of a movie filmed entirely with IMAX cameras would be Dunkirk.
What makes IMAX special?
Unparalleled brightness and brilliant clarity. Clarity, detail and size make IMAX more than a movie. Our remastering — or DMR — process fully transforms every frame of a film to produce the best possible version of a filmmaker’s vision.
What is special about IMAX camera?
Among other differences, the IMAX camera uses 70 millimeter film – twice as wide as what’s used in ordinary cameras – and special, custom lenses to capture a unique IMAX image.
How is IMAX 2D?
IMAX theatres have a dome circular and huge plain screens that almost cover the entire theatre and makes you feel like a part of the film. The screen size difference is so much that IMAX screens are six times larger than regular theatre screens.
Are IMAX 3D glasses different?
Thanks to the fact that many IMAX theaters use different 3D technology than regular theaters in order to accommodate their concave screens, they also use different glasses.
What kind of 3D is IMAX?
RealD 3D and Imax Digital 3D both utilize passive 3D technology which makes use of relatively lightweight eyewear. These passive 3D glasses use polarizing filters to allow each eye to see a slightly different image. HDTVs like LG’s latest Cinema 3D TVs work in a similar fashion.