Interstellar is a 2D movie that will be shown in in IMAX theaters.
No. The DepthQ projector itself does not convert 2D content to 3D. If you play a regular 2D DVD to this projector it will look like a regular 2D movie. On the other hand, if you sourced some true 3D content ( e.g. from http://www.3dtv.at/Movies/Index_en.aspx ), this will be seen in flicker-free full-colour 3D on the DepthQ projector.
2 and 3d
i don't think you pay for them, the ticket is more.
In the movies yes and no, because it was in 3d, but there was also 2d.
Rapunzel will be made in CGI(3D), but with hand drawn animation.
no you do not have to use the 3D in your 3D tv. its always on 2D unless you play a 3D movie and put it on 3D.
no, its a 2d movie :(
A 2D movie has graphics that do not "come" out of the screen. A 3D movie's graphics seem to sort of pop out of the screen.
3D 1953 Man in the dark
3d+8=2d-7 3d+8-8=2d-7-8 (substract 8 on both side) 3d=2d-15 3d-2d=2d-2d-15 (substract 2d on both side) d=-15
James Cameron's Avatar was shown in both 2D and 3D when it was released.
No. Step Up 3D can also be in 2D. Watching a movie in 3D might cause $20 more than if the movie's not in 3D, but they should also have a non-3D version at the theatres.
3D means that the picture or movie has depth. Like, it looks like the picture is jumping out at you. 2D is like a drawing on a piece of paper. It has no depth.
2D, a cube would be 3D