Select theaters showed "The Hobbit" in 48 frames per second, aka HFR, double that of traditional films. If you saw it, what did you think?
The Hobbit is shot in 3D at 48 frames per second -- twice the rate of normal movies. But what difference does it make? What does HFR look like?
Vue has confirmed 29 cinemas that will show The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey in HFR at 48 frames per second.
Hardly any British cinemas will show The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey at its intended frame rate due to a need to upgrade projectors.
We've told you where to find The Hobbit in 3D HFR, but the question is whether you should watch that version.
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Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" is polarizing audiences for several reasons, but mainly because of the new 48 frame 3D technology. Here's what CNET's TV reviewers thought of it.
We liked the picture quality-to-performance propositions of Vizio's 1080p resolution M-Series and E-Series TVs last year, which bodes well for the new 4K-resolution P-Series.
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Here are the cinemas in Australia that will be showing Peter Jackson's The Hobbit in its true 3D 48 frames-per-second format.