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 How 3D Did in 2011 
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Welcome to the year 2012!  With each new year, MTBS puts together a point form summary of some of the 3D accomplishments of year's past.  On the surface, you'd think that 2011 was a difficult year for 3D, but it has actually done quite well.
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Mon Jan 02, 2012 1:01 pm
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I think one accomplishment worth of mention for 3D in 2011 is the fact that some reputed filmmakers like Martin Scorcese, Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson started to embrace the medium. Previously 3D has only been used by one such director (James Cameron) or by animation studios and lower profile directors. To me it shows that 3D in cinema is no longer a gimmick or a quick cash-in for blockbusters but that it's becoming a real tool for good story tellers.


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Great year, I hope 2012 is even better.

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Mon Jan 02, 2012 5:44 pm
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Well I've got my LG passive display and 3D Blu-ray player all set up to go, so I'm looking forward for what's in store for 2012. Already got my beady 3D eyes on the 3D Blu-ray release date of Hugo and amongst other things, I'm looking forward to the likes of Prometheus and Mad Max 4 in 3D.

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