Third Dimension Theories

27 Dec


We took a small trip to the cinema for the first time in over twelve months today. After a nervous build up, seeing Tintin come to life was worth it.
Tickets were purchased online and I held out my iPhone to the usher upon arrival, who scanned the QR code I’d been sent. A nice and efficient way to begin the experience. Yet we had to retreat and pick up a pair of 3D glasses each from the ticket office. I just figured that after all these years, 3D viewing would be more than slipping plastic glasses over your prescription specs. Perhaps I’m expecting too much. The effect was very good but I do recall wearing 3D glasses at a show when I was a young lad.
I look forward to 4D but perhaps not the shared hangover with Captain Haddock…
I added some more to the image in PhotoToaster.


Posted by on December 27, 2011 in Uncategorized


2 responses to “Third Dimension Theories

  1. Anonymous

    January 10, 2012 at 12:05 pm

    I recently saw tin tin too, i specifically avoided the 3-d showing though. ive never really been a fan of the comics and never seen the show, but this is easily one of the better movies ive seen in my life, the end was setting up for a sequel, ill be one of the first in line that.

  2. mrrakt

    January 10, 2012 at 10:10 pm

    Thanks for the comment. I’ve always enjoyed the comics. The best thing about Tintin is the story and the author referenced much of his work to what actually existed in the real world. 3D was good but I’m still not sold on it as the perfect movie watching experience. I’m intrigued to see how Star Wars looks in 3D when they rerelease the series soon.Cheers


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