Tuesday, May 22, 2007

U2 3D

As we all know, embracing new technology is Advanced, as is wearing black sunglasses, so this article from the New York Times caught my eye. Here's why:
...on Saturday nearly an hour of footage from the 3-D concert film of the Irish rock band U2 made its debut at the Cannes Film Festival.

As “U2 3D” demonstrates, this is definitely not the 3-D of drive-in memories. The concert film gives the audience the palpable experience of being present, as the camera swivels around Bono’s face, then soars over and down among the 60,000 concertgoers. And though the new version still requires audience members to wear glasses, they are not the old red-and-green variety but sleek black ones.

Of course they are black. It would be even better if they were Fly glasses, but I guess that could get pricey.

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