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If you go to the theater today the odds are dead that that movie you watched won't be displayed by 35 millimeter film projector.
After rate of more than 100 years -- protectors are becoming a thing of the -- And having that motion just disappear would be a little sad for me.
More than half the projectors use today are already digital and the world -- industry will likely be completely digital and the next war here.
But how converting to digital -- -- experience -- new flick.
The blacks are not going to be as black.
On digital and the colors.
You know -- very nice but they're just not going to be quite as rich.
As they would be on.
The film itself has an anesthetic and feel and vibrancy color.
Some sort of life that that's not in digital.
Digital presentation its creator though there's no just fragment jitters -- slices.
But who -- -- -- we're back.
There's just something.
Maybe magical about the -- scratches his head -- that crushed deceptively.
Digital projectors have changed the way -- -- -- 3-D animation to a level that was not previously achievable -- -- So sit back relax and enjoy a movie and a whole new way.
Christie digital -- projected -- -- around the world after making project for over eight years the company switched all digital two years ago.
I became quite concerned about potential future -- because we had no digital technology.
And if we didn't have a solution.
We could actually become extinct.
Because -- save money by converting to digital film projector is probably won't be coming again to it teetered near you anytime Zia.
In Fresno California -- McAleese at foxnews.com.
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