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Blu-Con 2010 is here and we've gone down to Beverly Hills to investigate. We heard from many speakers, from James Cameron, director of Avatar, to Rita Belda, the Director in the Asset Management, Film Restoration and Digital Mastering group at Sony Pictures. Blu-ray is expanding its presence in consumer households, and 3D is starting to make a dent as well. Watch the video to hear more about the future of Blu-ray.
Director James Cameron and Producer Jon Landau shared their thoughts on Blu-ray and the 3D movement for mainstream use. Watch the video to find out what they had to say about the evolution of 3D, and the how to improve the user experience in your own home.
We're here at Blu-Con, presented by DEG. The Digital Entertainment Group is a Los Angeles based, industry-funded nonprofit corporation that advocates and promotes the many consumer benefits associated with various home entertainment products, including both physical and digital media on a variety of platforms. The DEG also helps provide information and perspective about the home entertainment industry.
The DEG also offers a forum for member companies to engage in ongoing discussions concerning various opportunities related to promoting established categories, evaluating and discussing new entertainment platforms and investigating supply chain efficiencies. Check out more at their website: dvdinformation.com!
Avatar and Titanic Producer Jon Landau talked with Patrick about the challenges of the 3D trend, and what it would take to increase 3D adoption. Watch the video for all that and more, including what movie he'd most like to see in 3D!
Rita Belda, the Director in the Asset Management, Film Restoration and Digital Mastering group at Sony Pictures talks to Robert about bringing your old favorites back on Blu-ray. How does the restoration process work? What problems occur when trying to preserve those old classics? Watch the video to find out the answers to these questions and more.
As with every new technology, there is confusion abound with 3D HDTVs and Blu-ray discs. What content is available in 3D? Am I stuck with 3D-only content on my new 3D HDTV? Should I wait for glasses-free technology before upgrading? Watch the video to clear up any uncertainty about this next step in home theater.