3D movies

Wearing special glasses held in place by glue and Velcro, cuttlefish test subjects showed they have depth perception like humans.
Star-Lord and crew made $145 million domestically.
Director Travis Knight and actor Art Parkinson dish on the complex stop-motion process.
Twenty-six years ago, Marty McFly and Doc Brown climbed into their time-traveling flying DeLorean and set the controls to the distant future -- October 21, 2015 -- which happens to be today.
Hollywood wants us fall in love with 3D all over again.
I had my mind blown by a movie Tuesday, in the middle of another five-movie day at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. And it was blown in 3D.
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3D seeks to fulfill an enduring dream of humanity: to gain mastery over the world by recreating it through art and technology.
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It seems like a whirlwind of a year for 3-D. This past weekend's rerelease of the 1993 blockbuster "Jurassic Park" collected
It's incredible to think that 20 years have already gone by since the movie "65 million years in the making" was initially released. Stepping into the theatre to see Jurassic Park 3D, that passage of time instantly vanished. So does the 3D rendering hold up?
It was the story that artists at Walt Disney Animation Studios had been struggling to get a handle on for over 15 years. So how did this stalled-out video game movie wind up becoming Wreck-It Ralph, one of five films to be nominated for Best Animated Feature Oscar?
As Ang Lee's ''Life of Pi'' opens, we salute films that use the third dimension as more than a gimmick. Read more on www.ew.com
Could the shape of our universe be curving in some higher dimension? Could someone in a fourth dimension be present, like you, dear reader, could be to our blockhead, without being visible in our three dimensional world?
Hirsch likens the experience to peering through "a window into another world." This quality, called "multiview 3D," simulates