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High frame rate (HFR) movies record and play visuals at twice the rate or higher of what’s seen in today’s cinemas. As a result, viewers see less flicker, motion blur and stuttered movement. The improvements to 3D movies are dramatic - creating ultra-realistic movie going experiences.
HFR filming supports a wider range of camera moves and captures and displays sporting events, live events and dance better than ever before.
What HFR digital cinema projection offers exhibitors
Christie’s HFR digital cinema solutions
Christie’s Solaria Series digital cinema projectors can be upgraded to show feature film and alternative content released at 48 or 60 frames per second (i.e. a high frame rate), by adding these technologies:
High frame rate technology is the next big shift
High frame rate technology gives directors and cinematographers a new medium for storytelling. The wider range of camera moves that HFR supports will give filmmakers an enhanced creative freedom and give them a new, powerful ability to capture and display sporting events, theater and dance.
Some of the biggest movies – a pair of “Lord of the Rings” prequels and “Avatar’s” sequels – will use 3D HFR.
“Avatar” director, James Cameron, Park Road Post Production and Weta Digital, are working with Christie in leading the global research and development needed to get the movie industry – from the film set to the local movieplex - ready for this big shift.
For the cinema business, adopting HFR projection will mean more satisfied customers, more filled seats, and a better bottom line.
“If watching a 3D movie is like looking through a window, then [with HFR] we’ve taken the glass out of the window and we’re staring at reality.”
“Avatar” director, James Cameron, on high frame rate movies
For more information about HFR technology, download our HFR technology overview for exhibitors or contact a Christie sales manager today.