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Newest Developments In Movie Industry

Movies have been an important part of culture from nearly a century’s time. Although photographic medium were initially used in producing movies, the industry has developed rapidly today with the introduction of many new inventions and computer technology. The 1920s was a period of great transformation. With the initiation of Warner brothers, Western Electrics and Bell labs, there was a boost in movie production. Later on many changes occurred in the field such as the use of microphones, editing machines, electric lighting, multi track sounds and magnetic recording and in the recent years, computer imagery and digital electronics. At present the 3D technology is in use and has largely contributed to the development of the industry. This article is about such similar developments of the field that will shake up the film industry.
Digital cameras
Most directors are very much used to the traditional medium: film, claiming it to be cheaper and reliable. But the newest technologies of highly portable, affordable and lightweight cameras have made filming much more exciting and realistic. The traditional “film” medium is getting out of date and the word itself will not be used anymore in the industry.
Projecting movies
The technology has developed to such a degree that a movie can be projected to any surface including floors, ceilings or even anybody’s forehead including all the audio visual in Singapore effects of the movie. All that is needed is a phone and a pocket-sized micro 3D projector that are now available in the market.

Glassless 3D
It is always a hassle to wear a huge pair of glasses when watching a 3D movie. Some people do not like the common use of glasses and those wearing spectacles have trouble wearing another pair. So the next development of 3D imaging technology is the “lenticular lens technology” which does not require the use of the chunky glasses.
4D is a concept that is mostly used in Disney lands worldwide. But this concept is widely being used in South Korea at present. The concept gives an extremely realistic experience of the movie with physical effects. Soft breezes blowing through the theatre, smells of smoke and vibrations in the chairs give a real-time experience on the audio visual effects of the movie. For example the movie Kung fu Panda was screened in Korea with massaging chairs which actually gives a “beaten up” feeling to the spectators. 
It is true that the newest versions of i-pads have greater resolution than High Definition TV screens. Therefore, people have moved on to watching movies on their tablets and phones while travelling on buses and trains. Certain movies were filmed in phones and tablets as well and most movies are available for free download on the net, making the industry more mobile. Click this link for more information about Conference Organiser Singapore.