Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Star Wars Travels to the Third Dimension

PC: (AP Photo/Lucasfilm Ltd.)
Lucasfilm released this publicity photo showing Anankin Skywalker in 3-D technology

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away movies were not shown in 3-D. Now, Star Wars travels to the third dimension. Lucasfilm announced that the Star Wars films will soon be released in 3-D. All the films--Episode One through Episode six--will hit theaters in 2012. Industrial Light & Magic is overseeing the conversion process and promises the series' fans that the effects with be "cutting edge."

John Knoll, visual effects supervisor, for Industrial Light & Magic told the Associated Press that the trick to having the effects turn out really well is "a matter of taking the time and getting it right."

Putting modern touches on an old-time classic is something Qi does time and time again. Like the film industry, we look towards the future to add a modern twist to traditional knitwear.

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