“Avatar” director Cameron in bid to bring 3D to TV
By Jill Serjeant
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – “Avatar” director James Cameron is expanding his 3D vision to the small screen.
The technologically minded filmmaker has teamed up with “Avatar” cameraman Vince Pace to form a new venture aimed at driving the widespread adoption of 3D technology in episodic television, sports and advertising.
They said they wanted to “realize 3D’s full potential as a creative and powerful storytelling and live broadcast medium.”
Cameron predicted 3D would become a major player in television programing within five years.
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