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Sony Creates Time-Line Chart: Every 3D Movie Ever Made

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OK, this entry is pretty self-explanatory. (Click on the link below for the larger image). It's interesting to view all this information in a time-line format (especially for you fans of Edward Tufte). It beautifully shows what we already know: we are in the biggest production boom for commercial 3D cinema. . . ever.

The unanswered question, of course, is whether this boom will fade or will 3D finally become another strain of mainstream entertainment. And will the home video environment (3D televisions, gaming and cameras) work to establish it, as some predict. Stay tuned.

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