The Master 65mm/70mm

Article: Lessons in Technology and Innovation from the iPad 3 Graphics and Display
By: Richard Cownie (tich.delete@this.pobox.com), January 8, 2013 12:52 pm
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Jukka Larja (roskakori2006.delete@this.gmail.com) on January 8, 2013 9:29 am wrote:
> How different did it look? If it's just about resolution, I probably couldn't tell at all,
> and judging from how people seem to have hard time telling badly scaled SD content from 1080p
> HD content on average HD TV, I'm not convinced other people are that good in it either.
>
> Then again, I haven't done any research on how well people perceive frame
> rate. Maybe it's just me (and at least largish part of gamers :) ).
>
> -JLarja

Well, "The Master" certainly looked great on the big screen. But then to my
eyes a lot of well-crafted movies look terrific (of recent movies, "Argo" springs
to mind as another good-looking movie - the shot from a high-rise hotel
over the roofs of Teheran to the mountains was great). So for me personally,
I'm agnostic about whether 35 vs 70mm makes a difference I can notice.
But the reviewers noticed the exceptional visual quality (or claimed to),
and commented positively.

The claim is that the larger film stock gives you not just better resolution, but
also more accurate color reproduction, and maybe other advantages.
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Lessons in Technology and Innovation from the iPad 3 Graphics and DisplayDavid Kanter2013/01/01 04:14 AM
  Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?Mark Roulo2013/01/01 02:22 PM
    Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?David Kanter2013/01/01 07:58 PM
      Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?Anon2013/01/03 12:04 AM
        Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?Andy2013/01/03 04:05 AM
          Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?Anon2013/01/06 02:10 AM
            Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?EBFE2013/01/06 11:07 PM
    Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?Seni2013/01/01 09:17 PM
    Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?anon2013/01/02 04:00 AM
      Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?EduardoS2013/01/02 09:07 AM
        Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?anon2013/01/03 12:21 AM
          Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?EduardoS2013/01/03 01:03 AM
      Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?Ricardo B2013/01/02 11:01 AM
        Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?Michael S2013/01/03 01:35 AM
          Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?Andy2013/01/03 04:10 AM
            Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?Michael S2013/01/03 06:33 AM
              Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?rwessel2013/01/03 11:56 AM
                Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?rwessel2013/01/03 11:56 AM
                  Oh, for crying out load, would you fix this stupid thing to make it a tiny bit harder to double post (NT)rwessel2013/01/03 12:01 PM
                    /load/loud/ grrr... (NT)rwessel2013/01/03 12:02 PM
                    Oh, for crying out load, would you fix this stupid thing to make it a tiny bit harder to double postDavid Kanter2013/01/10 10:07 AM
                      Oh, for crying out load, would you fix this stupid thing to make it a tiny bit harder to double postrwessel2013/01/10 09:33 PM
                        Oh, for crying out load, would you fix this stupid thing to make it a tiny bit harder to double postrwessel2013/01/10 09:35 PM
                          Oh, for crying out load, would you fix this stupid thing to make it a tiny bit harder to double postrwessel2013/01/10 09:40 PM
                          Me, too! :-)Mark Roulo2013/01/11 08:57 AM
              85 Hz CRT monitorsDoug S2013/01/04 02:12 PM
                85 Hz CRT monitorsAnon2013/01/06 02:16 AM
                  85 Hz CRT monitorsDoug S2013/01/06 12:40 PM
                    The benefits of (non-perceived) flickerMax2013/01/07 01:43 PM
                      The benefits of (non-perceived) flickerAnon2013/01/07 02:59 PM
                        The benefits of (non-perceived) flickerPaul2013/01/07 05:40 PM
                      The benefits of (non-perceived) flickerUngo2013/01/07 03:57 PM
                        The benefits of (non-perceived) flickerDoug S2013/01/07 04:40 PM
                        The benefits of (non-perceived) flickerMax2013/01/07 06:16 PM
                          The benefits of (non-perceived) flickerAnon2013/01/09 09:50 PM
                            The benefits of (non-perceived) flickerMax2013/01/10 06:18 AM
                              The benefits of (non-perceived) flickerSM2013/01/10 12:37 PM
                        The benefits of (non-perceived) flickerdmsc2013/01/07 07:36 PM
                          The benefits of (non-perceived) flickerEBFE2013/01/07 11:08 PM
                          The benefits of (non-perceived) flickerAnon2013/01/09 10:07 PM
                            The benefits of (non-perceived) flickerdmsc2013/01/10 04:41 PM
                              The benefits of (non-perceived) flickerUngo2013/01/11 05:20 PM
                    perception of flickerCarlie Coats2013/01/08 04:39 PM
                      perception of flickerDoug S2013/01/08 10:25 PM
                        perception of flickerAnon2013/01/09 10:09 PM
        Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?anongamer2013/01/03 04:31 AM
      Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?Richard Cownie2013/01/02 02:56 PM
        Tablet vs. console GPUsDoug S2013/01/02 04:09 PM
          Tablet vs. console GPUsRicardo B2013/01/02 04:50 PM
      Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?Anon2013/01/03 12:13 AM
        Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?anon2013/01/03 12:54 AM
          The Hobbit is at 48 fpsRichard Cownie2013/01/03 07:02 AM
            Thanks for the interesting data point! (NT)Paul A. Clayton2013/01/03 09:26 AM
            The Hobbit is at 48 fpsRicardo B2013/01/03 11:17 AM
              The Hobbit is at 48 fpsRichard Cownie2013/01/03 11:55 AM
                The Hobbit is at 48 fpsRichard Cownie2013/01/03 12:44 PM
                  The Hobbit is at 48 fpsRicardo B2013/01/03 01:42 PM
                    The Hobbit is at 48 fpsRichard Cownie2013/01/03 02:31 PM
                      The Hobbit is at 48 fpsy2013/01/04 07:47 PM
                        Exposure time traditionsNathan Monson2013/01/05 12:21 PM
                          Exposure time traditionsy2013/01/05 09:59 PM
                            Exposure time traditionsanon2013/01/06 01:46 AM
                              Exposure time traditionsJukka Larja2013/01/07 08:52 AM
                            Exposure time traditionsdmsc2013/01/06 09:34 AM
                              Exposure time traditionsy2013/01/06 09:11 PM
                                Exposure time traditionsdmsc2013/01/07 07:42 PM
                                  Exposure time traditionsRichard Cownie2013/01/09 08:23 AM
                        The Hobbit is at 48 fpsMichael S2013/01/05 12:30 PM
                          The Hobbit is at 48 fpsRichard Cownie2013/01/05 03:45 PM
                            The Hobbit is at 48 fpsAnon2013/01/06 02:03 AM
                              The Hobbit is at 48 fpsRichard Cownie2013/01/06 06:43 AM
                                The Hobbit is at 48 fpsJukka Larja2013/01/07 09:18 AM
                                  The Hobbit is at 48 fpsRichard Cownie2013/01/07 05:21 PM
                                    The Hobbit is at 48 fpsJukka Larja2013/01/08 09:29 AM
                                      The Master 65mm/70mmRichard Cownie2013/01/08 12:52 PM
                                        The Master 65mm/70mmJukka Larja2013/01/11 02:07 PM
                                          The Master 65mm/70mmRichard Cownie2013/01/11 07:05 PM
                                            The Master 65mm/70mmJukka Larja2013/01/11 11:35 PM
                                              The Master 65mm/70mmDoug S2013/01/12 02:16 PM
                                                Pixar and 3DRichard Cownie2013/01/13 07:07 AM
                                            The Master 65mm/70mmDavid Hess2013/01/12 02:06 PM
                                            The Master 65mm/70mmMegol2013/01/16 01:02 PM
                                        The Master 65mm/70mmRakesh Malik2013/01/23 12:28 PM
                                    The Hobbit is at 48 fpsAnon2013/01/09 10:18 PM
                                      The Hobbit is at 48 fpsRichard Cownie2013/01/10 01:07 PM
                                        The Hobbit is at 48 fpsAnon2013/01/10 03:50 PM
                                          The Hobbit is at 48 fpsRichard Cownie2013/01/10 06:05 PM
                                            The Hobbit is at 48 fpsAnon2013/01/13 12:48 AM
                                              I don't care about workflowRichard Cownie2013/01/13 06:55 AM
                                                I don't care about workflowAnon2013/01/13 04:15 PM
                                                  I don't care about workflowRichard Cownie2013/01/13 08:02 PM
                                            The Hobbit is at 48 fpsRakesh Malik2013/01/23 01:38 PM
                              The Hobbit is at 48 fpsRakesh Malik2013/01/23 12:15 PM
                  The Hobbit is at 48 fpsJukka Larja2013/01/05 07:00 AM
                    Realism and fiction?Paul A. Clayton2013/01/05 09:42 AM
                      Realism and fiction?Jukka Larja2013/01/06 02:32 AM
                        Or the second factor?Paul A. Clayton2013/01/06 04:35 AM
                          Or the second factor?Jukka Larja2013/01/07 09:07 AM
                        further reading (was: Realism and fiction?)hobold2013/01/06 04:47 PM
                          Thanks. I'll probably check that out soon. (NT)Jukka Larja2013/01/07 09:13 AM
            The Hobbit is at 48 fpsrwessel2013/01/03 09:57 PM
            VR and latencyCarlie Coats2013/01/04 05:30 PM
              VR and latencyRicardo B2013/01/04 07:49 PM
                VR and latencyJoe2013/01/05 02:01 AM
            The Hobbit is at 48 fpsBernd Schmidt2013/01/08 03:42 AM
        Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?anongamer2013/01/03 05:01 AM
        Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?Ricardo B2013/01/03 08:06 AM
    Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?Marco Salvi2013/01/02 10:31 AM
    Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?Ungo2013/01/02 04:28 PM
    Games at 2048 x 1536? Can you tell?Jukka Larja2013/01/05 07:13 AM
  Lessons in Technology and Innovation from the iPad 3 Graphics and DisplayRichard Cownie2013/01/02 10:29 AM
  iPad GPU Clock Speedsltcommander.data2013/01/05 12:32 PM
    iPad GPU Clock SpeedsBrett2013/01/06 11:48 PM
      iPad GPU Clock SpeedsDoug S2013/01/07 10:17 AM
      iPad GPU Clock SpeedsDavid Kanter2013/01/09 01:48 PM
    iPad GPU Clock SpeedsUngo2013/01/07 04:26 PM
      iPad GPU Clock SpeedsDavid Kanter2013/01/09 01:42 PM
  Lessons in Technology and Innovation from the iPad 3 Graphics and Displaympx2013/01/06 05:35 AM
    Lessons in Technology and Innovation from the iPad 3 Graphics and DisplayMegol2013/01/07 04:45 AM
      Lessons in Technology and Innovation from the iPad 3 Graphics and Displaympx2013/01/07 12:56 PM
        Lessons in Technology and Innovation from the iPad 3 Graphics and DisplayDoug S2013/01/07 04:53 PM
        Lessons in Technology and Innovation from the iPad 3 Graphics and Displayanon2013/01/07 06:26 PM
      Lessons in Technology and Innovation from the iPad 3 Graphics and DisplayMaynard Handley2013/02/13 12:19 PM
  Lessons in Technology and Innovation from the iPad 3 Graphics and DisplayVincent Diepeveen2013/01/06 03:29 PM
    Lessons in Technology and Innovation from the iPad 3 Graphics and DisplayDoug S2013/01/07 10:53 AM
      Lessons in Technology and Innovation from the iPad 3 Graphics and Displaympx2013/01/07 12:48 PM
      Lessons in Technology and Innovation from the iPad 3 Graphics and DisplayVincent Diepeveen2013/01/08 09:53 AM
        Lessons in Technology and Innovation from the iPad 3 Graphics and DisplayDoug S2013/01/08 01:29 PM
          Lessons in Technology and Innovation from the iPad 3 Graphics and DisplayLlew2013/01/26 12:06 PM
            Lessons in Technology and Innovation from the iPad 3 Graphics and DisplayDavid Kanter2013/01/26 01:43 PM
              Lessons in Technology and Innovation from the iPad 3 Graphics and DisplayLlew2013/01/26 02:09 PM
            Wii U has three cores clocked at about 1.2 ghz or so. (NT)I.S.T.2013/01/29 07:37 PM
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