The worldwide motion picture theater industry descends on Caesars Palace in Las Vegas today for the fourth annual CinemaCon, the official convention of NATO [National Association of Theater Owners] that runs through March 27.
Sony is giving gamers another reason to pick the PS4 over the Xbox One. The company just announced a virtual reality headset for the next-gen console at this year's annual Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. Called Project Morpheus, the black and white headpiece looks way slicker than the Oculus Rift virtual headset we've tried out in the past.
With Sony's PlayStation 4 out this Friday in North America, you're probably itching to see what the box looks like, and what's inside (other than the obvious PS4 and a controller). Well, the mystery is over! Sony has released a video — and an overly dramatic one at that — showing what you'll see and get with the purchase of a PS4.
Sony on Wednesday unveiled what it calls the world's first three-dimensional head mounted display, a device that enables its wearer to experience cinema-like virtual screen viewing.The "Personal 3D Viewer (HMZ-T1)", is a visor-like gadget weighing only 420 grammes (14.7 ounces) that wraps around the head and enables its wearer to view high definition 3D images using two panels mounted in front of each eye.
The demand for movie visual effects has never been greater, but firms that create the imagery for blockbusters are hurting as globalization and runaway production sap an industry California pioneered.This should be a golden age for visual effects in movies. Thanks to the box office success of movies such as "The Avengers" and "Life of Pi," demand for visual effects has never been greater.
It's not good news for "Batman / Superman" movie fans. The "Man of Steel" sequel is being pushed back from its July 17, 2015 release date to summer 2016. That's an entire 10 months you'll have to wait to see Batman and the son of Krypton on screen together for the first time.