3-D feel catching up with cinelovers

3-D feel catching up with cinelovers

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3-D feel catching up with cinelovers

With films opting for 3D (three dimensional technology) to woo cine lovers across the globe, Mysore is not behind in incorporating the technology.

DRC Multiplex at Jayalakshmipuram in the city that opened its doors on October 2011 with four screens including a 3D screen at S-four (screen four), was quick to convert another screen (screen one) into the said technology.

    Manager of the multiplex Chetan told Deccan Herald, following overwhelming response from the audience, S-1 (Screen one) was also converted from 2D to 3D (5.1 frequency). ‘Life of Pi’ the much talked about film in 3D saw a successful run of over 50 days at the the very screen that has a capacity of 266 seats.

The earlier successfully shown 3D films here were; Tintin a Hollywood entertainer that saw 100 days run and Upendra starrer ‘Kataari Veera Sura Sundarangi’ in Kannada. Now, Kamal Haasan starrer ‘Vishwaroopam’ is being screened. It is also recorded in 3D (Auro 11.1) technology.

The manager says, there are tech savvy audience who never mind to shell a pie extra for better experience on the big screen. For them 3D is the stop. Apart from Mysore, cine lovers from surrounding districts especially Kodagu form the tech loving spectators.

The other two screens (S-2 and S-3) having the equal capacity of 207 seats are equipped with 2D technology.

According to sources, the experience of watching 3D movie/s at single screen (theatres) and multiplex always differs, but comes at varying cost.