If they can duplicate film,
If you read carefully you would have read that analog tape is all but dead, the film industry is almost exclusively digital, in many ways to its benefit. However, digital, despite all of the computer aided technology, does NOT sound like tape. The way the music industry has transmogrified itself it is getting away from the analog sound. Most pop music is overly compressed in the digital realm in an attempt to duplicate the tape saturation of the "good old" days. That is the essence of the "new" sound plus the (horrible in my opinion) "louder is better" syndrome. Another issue is that there is so much technology that can "fix" things (such as comping, AutoTune, Beat Detective and sample replacement) that a large percentage of music has become a product that no longer requires talent, but that is another thread entirely - or maybe not; will they eventually be able to "fix" an actors performance in the digital realm? Makes me think if the Pacino film "Simone;" or perhaps more properly "S1M0NE."If they can duplicate film, I'm sure audio won't be a problem.
I don't get the comparison to MySpace and AOL. Red is going to be a fad that fills up with spammers and fraud?Let's have some fun. What do you see in the future. Let's say 20 years from now.
Me: Red is going to be the myspace. Then a new camera system will come out even better. And create hologram images. Movies will look like a hologram. So while your sitting at home missiles will wizz by your head.
Now for the movie theater, it will be like Disneys soarin over califofnia, but with more feel, like if there a fire you feel the heat. Also hologram.
3d will be big but will be just like AOL, MYspace.