There’s lost of talk about the big budget movie “The Hobbit” by Director Peter Jackson. Personally, I’m excited because I love J.R.R. Tolkien and his great power of story telling (btw – he references himself as a sub-creator) and I’m interested to see how they pull it off.
But J.R.R. Tolkien’s 1937 book isn’t the only neat thing about the movie, it was also shot in super hi-def. Something called HFR 3D (high frame rate 3D). After 85 years of shooting movies at 24 fps (frames per second), this one is shot at a unique 48 fps. So I don’t bore you, here’s a detailed article from Fast Company on the Co.Create site.
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