How much will the movie experience improve?

@JosephP (1118)
Jamaica
October 10, 2011 1:25am CST
Movies have improve greatly over the years. The graphics and audio are all getting better constantly. 3D is now getting very popular (although most films do not benefit much from using it). How much further do you think we will go with movies? Do you think it will one day be so real that it seems like we are rally in the same room with the characters?
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• United States
10 Oct 11
I think in the future we will be experiencing 4 or 5D movies that immerse into the world created for your pleasure. This would be really cool! ;)
@stephcjh (32386)
• United States
10 Oct 11
I am sure they will still come up with something else to improve it.
10 Oct 11
I think 3D has come a long way to making films a lot better even just adding the depth makes the whole film experience a lot better but i see in the future further improvements to 3D technology making them even more realistic. And hey if you wanna get all Scifi maybe even the use of Holographics
• United States
10 Oct 11
Yes the way that films look and technology are improving with 3D and things like that, but the quality of films are not good these days. If there is even one remotely thought provoking movie it becomes known as "brilliant." I think standards are pretty low and making a film in 3D I think is to cover up that the film can't survive on it's own. I think it's way overdone and for the most part, only a few movies really need to be in 3D that are quality films. Toy Story 3D had no business being in 3D, I even forgot it was in 3D because it did absolutely nothing for it. It worked well for Avatar though.
• Philippines
10 Oct 11
I agree. 3D is becoming very popular. A lot of the movies now are being made for 3D. I think it will keep on improving over the coming years. Soon, maybe all movies will be on 3D. But if all movies will be on 3D, I think there will be less people who will be watching movies simply because it's more expensive. There are a lot of people who have low income and so, they would just wait for it to be released on DVD which is way much cheaper than watching it on 3D.
@rafiholmes (2901)
• Malaysia
10 Oct 11
yeah possible..iMax 3d ..is diferent than regular 3d,,sometimes u feel like u r imersed in the movie ur watching.. lights from the projector are right now being improve so that it is more brighter..and 7.1 surround theater soon...
@Triple0 (1908)
• Australia
10 Oct 11
Technology continues to amaze us each day and each generation! Like we can watch 3D movies or TV at home now, how epic is that!? There's in 4D now offered at amusement parks and possibly some cinemas but it's probably really expensive. Now not only could we watch a movie in 3D and have something right in front of our faces but have our chairs move. So if there's like an earthquake in the movie, the chair would move and vibrate like you're experiencing an earth quake as well. If a character spits, water would squirt on to your face! Imagine in the future where we could be included in movie like you said. It's so real that we're even part of the movie coming to life right before us!
10 Oct 11
Okay on a visual level I can see one day when movies will use holographic technology to place us in the midst of the action and it well be easier to feel the emotion of the movie, but I doubt it will be in my life time. But the thing is that whilst visually movies have improved I don’t think they have improved from a storyline perspective. In fact at the moment it all feels out of balance where the storyline is no longer of importance as long as a movie has a star name, plenty of action and a lot of special effects. For me I want to see movies evolve so that the storyline once more becomes the pivotal element rather than some fancy CGI trick because it is the story which makes a movie memorable not a snazzy computer trick which is out dated within a year.
@EdnaReyes (2628)
• Philippines
10 Oct 11
Oh, I don;t want to think about it that way but I enjoy the new developments in movies today. I think movies will continue to entertain people with so much new technology and be enjoyed by so many people than today.