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Magi is a process developed by Douglas Trumbull, which allows images to be filmed and projected in stereo (3D), at 4K resolution, and at 120 frames per second (fps). Trumbull wrote and directed a demonstration short film called UFOTOG which showcased the format. The public premiere of UFOTOG and the Magi format was at the Seattle Cinerama Sci-Fi Film Festival, on May 11, 2014.
The process is unique in that it takes into consideration that most 3D projectors display left and right-eye images in an alternating pattern, so the film is shot the same way, with two cameras running at 60fps, capturing images in a matching alternating pattern. Trumbull has said that a version of the process allowing for full-120fps images in both eyes is available for dual-head projectors that can display the images for both eyes simultaneously
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