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A Cool Avatar Collection Piece 20 novembre 2010
Par Roy A. Midyett - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I'm an admitted Avatar fanatic, and you probably have to be one to really like stuff like this. But this really is a nicely produced oversized shiny book with a lot of unusual stuff in it. It comes in a beautiful slipcase. A pocket in the slipcase holds your 3D glasses; these are the red-green type, but the frames are made of pretty heavy plastic, not the cheap cardboard kind. The book is full of double page 3D images from the movie Avatar (I'm also a 3D fan), and they look pretty impressive; not like the movie, of course, but about as good as this of 3D can get.
There are a number of playing cards tucked in little pockets thruout the book (I haven't counted yet, but I'm guessing 52 cards?). I'll have to find out what you do with these. Plus there are pull-out small posters, 3D on one side, 2D on the other, plus a little fold up box to put your cards in. There is text along with the pictures expounding on Avatar stuff.
If you love all things Avatar, you will really enjoy this. A nice, classy, fun book.
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An awesome visual experience 27 avril 2011
Par Stop Motion Maniac - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I like this book for two big reasons: I love being able to see some of the scenes from the movie in 3D and it's a nice edition to a 3D library or visual wonders library. It comes in a nice slipcase that contains a compartment for the 3D glasses. Highly recommended for fans of the movie and visual delights.
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The 3D is terrible 2 septembre 2012
Par Don Munsil - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is really a pretty astonishingly bad product. The 3D pictures are all terrible conversions of 2D images. Most of the images have maybe two or three flat planes separated in z-space. The conversions were pretty clearly done in a hurry by someone with not a lot of experience doing high-quality 3D conversions.

It's possible to do 3D conversions that are essentially indistinguishable from images that were generated in 3D in the computer or on the set, but why did they use conversions in the first place? Avatar is a 3D movie! If you're doing a high-priced coffee-table book of 3D images from a big-budget 3D movie, is it too much to ask that they actually get 3D stills directly from the filmmakers rather than doing cheap conversions? What were they thinking?

If you just want a big Avatar book with lots of pictures, this is perfectly OK. But if you're looking for something with 3D quality similar to the movie, this is absolutely not worth buying.
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Beautiful book on a beautiful movie. 12 décembre 2012
Par Bruce E. Roberts - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
If you loved the Movie Avatar by James Cameron then this book is for you. Lots of art from the movie showing the incredible landscapes and areas of Pandora. There is lots to ponder and it does give a little more story to Pandora and it's native people, the Nav'i. I loved the movie and this book is a nice souvenir of the work that went into making Pandora real and also how the Nav'i lived with their planet and not against it. The special effects were amazing and so is this book. I love the concept are and how that compares to the finished background plates that were used in the final movie.
Very poor quality 3d images 19 septembre 2012
Par Boris Starosta - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I received this book as a gift.

While other qualities in this book might be good, the 3d imagery is bad. As an AVATAR fan, the one thing that to me would be essential, is the 3d image. Why would a publisher spend so much money on all these costly features (i.e. solid slipcase, nice 3d glasses, inserts, posters, etc.), and then apparently not bother to pay for a decent 3d artist in the production of this book? Does the publisher really hold its audience in such poor regard?

AVATAR was a visual juggernaut with brilliantly executed stereoscopic (3d) imagery. Cameron certainly cut no corners in bringing you the best in a visual experience. You'd think the publisher of this book (or the people at the studio who approved it) would have used / provided stills from the movie to make the best possible 3d images for this book. But they did not. The book's images are poorly done 3d conversions from "flat" source images. The colors are not optimized for anaglyph, so there is a lot of "ghosting." The depth effects are primitive and stereoscopically, many images are poorly aligned, further degrading the perceptual experience. Even limited to 3d conversions, this could have been made much better, had proper talent been sought out to prepare the images.

It's really very sad. The movie was so well done, that it deserves a fine art print-based documentary or collectible record including stereoscopic images taken directly from the film. This book is none of that. Visually a big disappointment, and yet another black eye for print based 3d.
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