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- Subject: Electronic Cinema
- From: "J P Owens" <jpowens at powersurfr.com>
- Date: Fri, 27 Aug 1999 15:54:42 -0600
- Resent-Date: Sat, 28 Aug 1999 21:49:09 -0500
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Just got home from a screening of the IMAX "Magic of Flight". Maybe
I'm just into these type of things, but I loved being able to see the
chipped paint on the rivet heads holding the access panels onto the Blue
Angels' F18's as they did their High-G, High AoA, High-Velocity everything.
If the whole argument is based strictly on technical specs-- we've lost our
art. I know that an IMAX theatre may be even a little more elaborate than a
Video projection theatre, and it certainly ain't the Bijou down on Main...
but its still the emulsion image... and unbeatable.
Thanks to Complete Post/Bob Blanks for support in 1999
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