The Hobbit in 48fps

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No, it’s not in Lego, but it is in 48 fps (frames per second). Peter Jackson’s follow up to The Lord of the Rings is being filmed at 48 fps rather than the traditional speed of 24 fps, meaning that the footage will essentially be twice as smooth. The Hobbit is being shot in 3D, and Jackson is clearly reacting to concerns from some fans that the film will look gimmicky in the format. Despite the fact that these moaning idiots could just see it in 2D, they will be able to see the 3D version with less blur and increased clarity should they choose.

Via 3DTVWatcher

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