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Dan issues with this topic actually go beyond the term.
We just need a different term from "3D" to describe this viewer reaction to types of 2D media.
I don't think we need a different term. Coming up with a "term" is not the issue - and I'd argue that it is actually sort of the problem.
Nice shots BTW.
Dan, I'm with you (it's not 3D). But I just chalk it up to a sort of socio-linguistic turn towards hyperbole that pervades pop culture. I think it has a LOT to do with modern marketing (as in the last 50 years), consumerism, and marketing-lingo.
But that's not a battle we're going to win in a thread like this. This decadent sort of linguistic bent is just how things are going; the overemphasis results in the loss of meaning from specific, often technical terms. Soon, everything is 3D (think what Picasso would say about this... or did), and nothing is...Show more →