" Ang Lee will preview footage from his upcoming film Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk for the first time in its intended 4K, 3D, 120-frames-per-second format using a dual laser projection system. This will be screened during Lee's April 16 keynote at NAB Show’s Future of Cinema Conference in Las Vegas.
Billy Lynn is the first major motion picture release to have been shot at a high frame rate of 120 frames-per-second 3D at 4K resolution and in high dynamic range (HDR). The Life of Pi director’s adaptation of the novel by Ben Fountain stars Vin Diesel, Kristen Stewart, Garrett Hedlund and Steve Martin. Sony is set to release the movie in November. "
Wow ! This technology seems interesting and very futuristic. My worry is that it will be expensive and difficult to find cinemas who can showcase this movie in this format .
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Source : Hollywood Reporter