National Geographic Shows Us to See Past the Obvious in This 3D Film

By: Michael Baxter - Published: Jan 22, 2014 • References: & coolhunting
When was the last time you went to the museum? If the answer is not recently, then this 3D film by National Geographic should entice you to make the trip. The film, entitled Mysteries of the Unseen World, seeks to teach us to look more closely at the world around us.

The film is produced by National Geographic and Day’s End Pictures and will be breaking some pretty new ground. This picture will be the first 3D film to show at New York’s American Museum of Natural History and for good reason.

People lose their head over regular IMAX and 3D movies, so being able to see things that the human eye itself can’t see will make a pretty big impression on viewers. National Geographic always delivers the goods and this one has been in production for the greater part of a decade so expect something big. Stats for Explorative 3D Nature Films Trending: Older & Chilly
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