Digital 3D

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Digital 3D is a non-specific 3D standard in which movies, television shows, and video games are presented and shot in digital 3D technology or later processed in digital post-production to add a 3D effect.

One of the first studios to use digital 3D was Walt Disney Pictures. The 2008 animated feature Bolt was the first movie which was animated and rendered for digital 3D.[1]

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