By NIBMRatchet from TFW2005
For a 3D movie, 3D Surround Sound is equally important. With the Introduction of Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound, the 3D experience is boosted.
We have received information that Transformers: Dark of the Moon is being benefited with the latest sound technology from Dolby Laboratories. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen was released in Dolby 5.1 which was the technology back then. But on Showest 2010, Dolby Laboratories explained
how their Dolby Surround 7.1 can help the visuals of “3D” movies.Hollywood Reporter
says "Paramount’s Transformers: Dark of the Moon are among the upcoming movies that will use Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound, which will be highlighted this week at CinemaCon.
" (Sneak peek? Hmmm...)Dolby Surround 7.1 brings a more exciting sensory experience to audiences for 2D and gives content creators control over audio placement in a theatre when mixing 3D movies. The ability to compose audio with visual elements of 3D allows content creators to immerse the audience deeper into the movie with dramatic realism.
Selected theaters may play Transformers 3 with the latest sound technology. You can locate your nearest theater with Dolby Surround by visiting Dolby.com
Tech Savvy TFW2005 members can read on to learn more about the 7.1 Surround technology.Read Replies (0)
By Kickback from TFW2005
Transformers - War For Cybertron is easily one of the most beloved, and successful, Transformers video games of all time.While the versions on the Microsoft X-Box 360, Nintendo Wii, and PlayStation 3 featured a variety of characters, the Nintendo DS featured by far the largest assortment of characters.
Showing up today via the Chinese Transformers message board, HK-TF.COM
, we are treated to the concept art of the following characters:
Click the story to check out all the beautiful character art for these characters in the Nintendo DS version of War For Cybertron!Read Replies (1)
By Sol Fury from TFW2005
It's that time again! The second class of the Transformers Hall of Fame is to be inducted at Botcon 2011, and this year, four Transformers will be honored! Three of those four have been nominated already by Hasbro's panel of judges, and they are: Soundwave
The fourth spot, however, as last year, will be decided by a vote of the fans on Hasbro.com. Hasbro has invited us, invited you, the readers and posters of TFW2005, to put forward your nominations for the fourth member of the Hall of Fame. Who do you want to see in the Hall of Fame? Jazz
, or maybe the JaAm bot himself Hot Shot
? Maybe this is Me Grimlock's
year? Or perhaps the only logical choice is Shockwave
It's over to you! Click on the discuss link below and tell us who you want to see in the Hall of Fame 2011. On 31 March we will review your nominations and a poll will go up over the weekend so you can vote on who our five nominees for the vote on Transformers.com will be!
This is your chance to get your favorite Transformer recognized in the Transformers Hall of Fame - so start campaigning for your favorite, and above all, have fun!Read Replies (0)
By Super_Megatron from TFW2005
The 2011 Canadian Collectible Toy Expo
, your best bet for hard to find Transformers this spring in southern Ontario is coming up next weekend; Sunday, April 3rd at the Holiday Inn Burlington Hotel & Conference Centre in Burlington, Ontario.
The show features dealers selling Transformers (vintage and Japanese imports), Super Heroes (Marvel, DC etc), Star Wars (new and vintage), GIJoe (vintage and modern), Wrestling, Masters of the Universe and tons of other Action Figures and collectibles. For more details go to the Canadian Collectible Toy Expo website
If 500 people attend the facebook event for the April 3rd show a FLAT SCREEN TV is going to be given away at the 2011 Canadian Collectible Toy Expo! So invite your Action Figure/Toy Collector friends to the show today!http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php...58085944237680Read Replies (0)
By NIBMRatchet from TFW2005
First of all, that is not the name, it’s not called Transformers: Dark of the Moon 3D (well, not yet anyway!).
Director Michal Bay spoke to USAToday regarding movies and 3D. It’s a hype some of us love while others tend to stay away."The short answer is we did too much with technology that wasn't ready for prime time," says director Michael Bay, whose Transformers: Dark of the Moon was shot digitally, in 3-D and on traditional 35mm film.
"Studios are turning everything they can into 3-D without considering whether it should be done at all," he says. "We're already wearing the experience out."
Continue reading to findout what he said regarding Transformers 3 in 3D. Click here
to read the rest of the article at USA Today.Read Replies (1)