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September 17, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

The Eastman Kodak Co. may have solved the principal problem affecting 3D movies: the dimming of the picture once 3D glasses are put on. In a statement on Thursday, the company announced what it called Kodak Laser Projection Technology that produces a “bright 3D image display.” It predicted that the laser system will become a “game-changer for digital projection.” Kim Snyder, president of Entertainment Imaging for Kodak, said, “We’re driving revolutionary improvements in digital cinema projection technology that can significantly improve the theatrical experience for the moviegoer — especially in 3D — the range of available tones and colors for the creative community, and the cost of ownership for the exhibitor.”