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But while much of the technology in Alita is futuristic, it's deliberately grounded in the real-world technology of today, per producer James Cameron's vision for the film.You can read Sam Machkovech's largely spoiler-free review here.)He knows immediately he's looking at highly advanced technology from three centuries earlier, lost in time, and rehabilitates her.We'll leave aside the problematic (from a physics standpoint alone) floating city of Zalem—although the concept of a space elevator is very much a topic of current research and grand hopes.Every movie gets a limited number of what the industry calls "buys:" story elements that are not expected to be realistic, but the audience will hopefully suspend its disbelief and accept them as part of the background.That's what puts the fiction in science fiction.
Since Oculus first appeared on the scene in 2012, the market has filled with VR headsets and visors on an immense – and perhaps unjustified – wave of hype.Whether you’re looking to play VR video games, watch 360-degree documentaries, or just watch films really close up (for some reason), there are now a host of hardware options you can buy: the Oculus Go, HTC Vive, Samsung HMD Odyssey, and Google Daydream, to name but a few.However, sales of headsets and other VR kit have yet to match the initial hype, and there are plenty of reasons for this: the high costs of developing new hardware, and issues around motion sickness and eye strain and the huge number of headsets now competing for space rightly making consumers wary.When talking about VR hardware, it’s easy to focus on the new specs and processors being touted by its manufacturers, rather than the experiences that users of the tech are – or aren’t – having on the ground.The National Theatre’s latest VR project is Draw Me Close, a joint production with the National Film Board of Canada, which recently had a run of previews at London’s Young Vic Theatre.Walking through a VR simulation with real physical interaction – opening real doors, shutting windows, and being hugged or held by live actors – manages to make characters and objects viewed through a visor feel close and familiar, creating a sense of intimacy and connection amid the isolated nature of virtual experiences.
Energetic star Ram’s upcoming movie ‘iSmart Shankar’ is the first film in combination with director Puri Jagannadh.Recently actress Nidhhi Agerwal have confirmed as one of the female leads and now they have locked Nabha Natesh as the other heroine.The film’s shooting is currently progressing in Hyderabad.A heavy duty fight episode is being canned on hero Ram.The energetic star will be seen in a new and stylish look in the movie.Actors Puneeth Issar, Satya Dev, Milind Gunaji, Ashish Vidyarthi and Get-up Srinu will be seen in supporting roles.
Here's another milestone on the road toward Star Wars: Episode 9.Filming on the final movie in the saga has wrapped, director J.J. Abrams announced Friday."There is no adequate way to thank this truly magical crew and cast," Abrams tweeted, while sharing a photo of cast members hugging.The tweet only sparked fan interest in the eventual announcement of the film's title."Now we just need that title reveal along with a few trailers to get us all psyched for December," wrote Samuel James.Actor Anthony Daniels, who plays C-3PO, has been teasing hints about the title, and star Mark Hamill, who plays Luke Skywalker, has also joked about it.
While we haven’t been able to verify the news at this time, if true, the move comes shortly after Chinese maker Oppo Digital decided to do the same thing last year.The news is both curious and a little worrying for what it might say about the state of the still-young 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray disc market.After all, if Samsung can’t make money in a consumer tech area like home theater — which it has been dominating along with LG for years — how healthy could that market be?And yet, many of the available stats tell the opposite story: Sales of Ultra HD Blu-ray discs are on the rise and support for the format from major Hollywood studios hasn’t ebbed at all, even though not every new movie is getting released as an Ultra HD Blu-ray.Sales of 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs, “soared 68 percent” in the third quarter of 2018, from the same quarter in 2017, according to a report by Variety, which cited these numbers from DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group.The report goes on to cite other positive-sounding stats, like this one: “4K UHD discs already account for almost one in 10 new release discs sold in the U.S,” according to Eddie Cunningham, president of Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, and: “[UHD] Product sales are up 87 percent in comparison to the first three quarters of last year,” said Bob Buchi, president, worldwide, Paramount Home Media Distribution.
A YouTuber who films her own confrontations with law enforcement was shot yesterday while recording a security guard outside a Los Angeles synagogue and high school.The YouTuber, Zhoie Perez, who goes by Furry Potato online, began live-streaming the encounter after the guard drew a gun.After several minutes of filming, a shot is fired, and Perez shouts, “Fucker shot me!Perez is part of a community of YouTubers known as “First Amendment Auditors” who film themselves interacting with cops and visiting government locations with the stated goal of holding the government accountable and educating Americans about their rights.In practice, many of these videos become confrontational, leading to escalating law enforcement reactions and, in some cases, arrests.In a profile of this community just last month, The Daily Beast wrote that these YouTubers will show up at locations ranging from post offices to nuclear weapons factories to film.
Deadline Hollywood reports that Aquaman star Jason Momoa—who immortalized Dothraki warlord Khal Drogo in the first season of Game of Thrones—is in negotiations to portray another science-fiction warrior, Duncan Idaho from Dune, Frank Herbert's beloved 1965 science fiction novel.(Mild spoilers for original novel below.)Dune is set in the distant future (where else?There's faster-than-light space travel, a prophecy concerning a messianic figure, giant sandworms, and lots of battles, as protagonist Paul Atreides (a duke's son) strives to defeat the forces of Shaddam IV, Emperor of the known universe.That brief synopsis hardly does justice to the sweeping grandeur and enormous cultural influence of Herbert's novel.It took 20 years before Dune was finally adapted into a film in 1984 by director David Lynch, starring Kyle MacLachlan as Paul Atreides.
A digital single-lens reflex camera (also called a digital SLR or DSLR) is a digital camera combining the optics and the mechanisms of a single-lens reflex camera with a digital imaging sensor, as opposed to photographic film.The alternative would be to have a viewfinder with its own lens, hence the term "single lens" for this design.By using only one lens, the viewfinder of a DSLR presents an image that will not perceptibly differ from what is captured by the camera's sensor.According to this study, over the next five years the DSLR Cameras market will register a xx% CAGR in terms of revenue, the global market size will reach US$ xx million by 2023, from US$ xx million in 2017.This report presents a comprehensive overview, market shares, and growth opportunities of DSLR Cameras market by product type, application, key manufacturers and key regions and countries.Request Sample Report @ https://www.orbisresearch.com/contacts/request-sample/2496497 The report also presents the market competition landscape and a corresponding detailed analysis of the major vendor/manufacturers in the market.
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Have you ever tried to watch a film on your HDTV, only to have the image appear a little … off?That may be thanks to an oft-hidden setting in your television.It goes by a number of different names: motion smoothing, motion interpolation, the soap opera effect, or my favorite, the sports effect.Motion smoothing is the process of inflating a film’s framerate by artificially adding frames.Most movies are filmed at a rate of 24 frames per second (fps), while HD TVs often have a refresh rate of around 60 fps.Yet when your TV tries to compensate, it can make the movie look a little too smooth.
Read on to see which tech and science has left Team CNET downtrodden and questioning our undying love.The film subscription service promised to let me watch as many movies as I wanted for the cost of less than one ticket a month.I started watching several movies a week and finding myself weirdly proud to run out of titles to see at theaters.MoviePass didn't respond to a request for comment, but at this point, I doubt it's gonna happen and my friends insist I should forget about it.The insane new transit concept would shoot us to our destinations at supersonic speeds like so many bank deposits launched from the drive-up lane to a smiling teller on the other side of the window.We may finally have remarkable reusable rockets and electric cars with capabilities straight out of Knight Rider, but it seems my heart will pine forever for the 40-minute hyperloop ride from Albuquerque to Denver that never quite arrives.
Hello, dear connoisseurs of fine cinema!Without looking up the answer, how many Joker-centric spinoff films were Warner Bros. and DC planning to release in the near future, and how many of them were set to star consummate professional Jared Leto?The answer was always perplexing, but according to a new report, it might be on the cusp of changing drastically.Yesterday in a piece reflecting on the future of DC’s big-screen comic book movies, Forbes posited that while the studio is still moving forward with its Birds of Prey Harley Quinn vehicle and James Gunn’s sequel to Suicide Squad, plans for a Joker standalone film starring Leto and a movie exploring the character’s relationship with Harley have been put on ice:“The Suicide Squad sequel, meanwhile, is moving forward as a sort of soft reboot to some extent, and is expected to have a new cast of characters and avoid direct tie-in to the first film’s events.Harley Quinn is not expected to return, and James Gunn’s script will be a new approach and rethinking of the property.
Though originally advertised as a short film set in BioWare’s Anthem universe, Neill Blomkamp’s Conviction is more like a four-minute movie trailer.A mix of CGI effects and live action, Conviction takes viewers back decades before the start of the game and then quickly races forward.Produced by Blomkamp’s Oats Studios, Conviction is a well-done trailer and makes us think that an Anthem movie could actually be pretty cool.In fact, if we didn’t know any better, we would have thought the trailer was for a potential summer blockbuster.The trailer shows a group of freelancers finding a young woman in the the jungle.They bring her back to Fort Tarsis, the main hub in Anthem.
Last year we reviewed Tovala's second-generation smart countertop oven.Much improved over the first version, it offered good-tasting meal kits, thoughtful design and quick cooking.Our biggest gripe with it was the cost of the meal kits.At $12 per serving, it wasn't an economical answer.Now, Tovala is expanding its scanning technology to include meals from the frozen food aisle.Tovala is kicking off its "Scan the Store" feature with meals from Trader Joe's inventory.
For the past few years, the Canadian Down Syndrome Society, along with their agency FCB, has been aggressive in fostering a sense of empathy and understanding about the condition.Some of the award-winning work from Canada has opened eyes and courted some controversy yet, more importantly, dispelled the myths surrounding people with Down syndrome.This week, here in the U.S., the National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS), took a similar approach with a new ad that debunks the idea that those with Down syndrome cannot lead fulfilling lives.Created with Saatchi & Saatchi New York, the film begins with a doctor describing the limitations that parents of children with Down syndrome have likely heard.Among the grim dialogue from the doctor are the inspirational stories of highly-accomplished and successful people who have not only lived with Down syndrome but continue to thrive.A bakery owner, college grad, lobbyist, powerlifter, Emmy-nominated actor and married couple are featured in the ad, along with 61-year-old Louis Dilauri who has outlived the average life expectancy of someone with Down syndrome by a large margin.
Switching magnetic domains in magnetic memories requires normally magnetic fields which are generated by electrical currents, hence requiring large amounts of electrical power.Now, teams from France, Spain and Germany have demonstrated the feasibility of another approach at the nanoscale: "We can induce magnetic order on a small region of our sample by employing a small electric field instead of using magnetic fields", Dr. Sergio Valencia, HZB, points out.The samples consist of a wedge-shaped polycrystalline iron thin film deposited on top of a BaTiO3 substrate.BaTiO3 is a well-known ferroelectric and ferroelastic material: An electric field is able to distort the BaTiO3 lattice and induce mechanical strain.Analysis by electron microscopy revealed that the iron film consists of tiny nanograins (diameter 2,5 nm).At its thin end, the iron film is less than 0,5 nm thick, allowing for "low dimensionality" of the nanograins.