Digital Cinema Seminar report


Date: 07 Feb 2016






In this Seminar Report paper, we reviewed the Digital Cinema Seminar Report. Digital technology has already taken over much of the home entertainment market. It seems strange, then, that the vast majority of theatrical motion pictures are shot and distributed on Celluloid film tape just like they were more than a century ago. Of course, the technology has improved over the years, but it's still based on the same basic principles. The reason is simple: Up until recently, nothing could come close to the image quality of projected film. Firstly a video shot with a digital camcorder does not have a sufficiently large resolution to be projected on the big screen. Also, the colour range that each pixel can represent is very limited. A pixel must be able to take more than a trillion colours, to come close to the quality of video recorded on conventional film tape. As a result the video from a camcorder is unfit to be used for movies.
But things are starting to change. George Lucas kicked off the digital cinema charge in May of 2002 with “Star Wars: Episode II, the Attack of the Clones”, the first big budget live action movie shot entirely on digital video. Most theatres played 35-mm film transfers of the movie, but some played it on digital movie projectors. Film never entered the picture. With more and more filmmakers embracing the new technology, including big names like Steven Soderbergh and Robert Rodriguez, digital cinema is well on its way.






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