Last week, we reported that audiences who hit AMC for the opening weekend of Star Wars: Episode 1 3D will receive special edition pod-racer goggle 3D specs.
It may seem like and old, antiquated form of entertainment to many, but the opera is about to prove it can still stay up-to-date with the world around it. On Saturday, dozens of movie theaters will air the opera Carmen live, in 3D, for the first time.
Quiz question: what is the only company that earns money on every single 3D movie ticket sale, almost irregardless of where the ticket is bought and what the film is? Answer: RealD, the company that brings 3D technology to every major theater in the US.
If you currently wear glasses, watching a 3D movie in theaters will soon be as simple as just looking at the screen.
RealD is apparently trying to cash in on the "Toy Story 3" craze by promoting kid-sized 3D glasses.