In this video I take a look at the RealD-XL 3D attachment for DCI-cinema digital projectors. I look at how the new XL product, an evolution of the Z-Screen system, can re-use the light discarded by the z-screen and effectively double the efficiency of the original Z-Screen system.
RealD is dominant in the 3D market. The XL, with its supiriour light output, is likely to keep them their as it allows the use of mid-sized projectors (Cheaper cost/running) then 3D systems comeing before the XL.
My understanding is that: Yes, the REAL D XL system uses two Z-Screens – one for each of the views eminating from the REAL D XL Box.
Good demonstration, impressive increase in light with virtually no penalty other than proper set up.
I would like to view a film with this system in Seattle, WA, but don’t know where a theater used it.
Just saw Avatar 3d using the RealD 3D system. AWESOME!!!! AWESOME AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!! I loved that movie, and the 3D make it 10 times better!!! Had in your face action the whole movie. WOW!!! I recommend Avatar 3D to everyone. Go watch it, RealD 3D style!
[…] see this link http://www.cinetechgeek.com/2009/07/06/the-reald-xl-3d-system-better-brighter-3d/ to the original RealD-XL video I did a while […]