Cinema is always big news. Leaving aside the technological filmic developments which are as easy to predict as what technology people will be buying into ten years from now, what other developments are we likely to see to do with movies?
Posts Tagged: technology
Continuing our feature on wearable technology besides the watch, we look at an invention that sounds as if it came straight from the minds of somebody very strange. Digital Trends (August 2014) described the development of a contraption that a Swiss-based start-up company have dreamed up as an ‘awesome piece of kit.’
The huge critical success of last year’s film, Gravity – 7 Academy Awards – inevitably leads to the question: how can technology take the film concept any further, without the viewer actually being there? How does 3D move on so that it is totally immersive? Or does it need to?
Tech backlash or last hurrahs of the technophobes? That is the question now being entertained for the millionth time and it presents a new angle on jobs, high tech, well paid jobs. People have always opposed new technology. Centuries ago, the Luddites smashed machinery they realised was destroying old jobs. New developments have always done… Read more »
As We Cure Old Diseases, Technology Brings Up New Ones This is written a relatively short time after an inquest into the death of a 15-year old London girl who invented a fantasy cocaine-taking alter ego and became, in her mother’s words, ‘addicted to the internet’ saying that 18,000 people ‘loved her online.’ As we… Read more »