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Perhaps it wasn't a correction, but an expansion - looking at it from a slightly different viewpoint. A computer file can have, theoretically, unlimited resolution, but the mirror technology is a significant limitation on that resolution.

Resolution has an impact on audience perception. Hence the move to 70mm film, and its use in high resolution Imax projection systems. The first 70mm films were shot as early as 1894, but not popularized until a process called Todd-AO from 1955.

The lower resolution of Digital Cinema projection is balanced by other advantages that siegestate is describing.

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by Sven Triloqvist on Sat Apr 24th, 2010 at 04:23:16 PM EST
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