share
'3D cinema is back.' says The Independent in the UK. 'But this time it actually works.'


'For anyone who last saw a 3D film 25 years ago, when the 3D medium was last dubbed the next big thing, watching U23D will come as something of a shock. Beautifully shot in crystal-clear high-definition, it's genuinely easy to forget you are watching a concert on screen rather than being there in person. The experience is totally convincing and, best of all, the geeky cardboard glasses of old have gone. Instead of watching Bono and the gang through a haze of red and green, viewers look through polarised glasses and the 3D eyewear of the future is slick, black and reminiscent of a pair of classic Ray-Bans.'

Check the whole review here

'U23D' website here

Recent News all news

24 Feb, 2017

It will be thirty years - tell us where you were when it came out and what it's meant to you.

99
17 Feb, 2017

Adam, writing about contemporary art, for GQ Magazine

5
17 Feb, 2017

'It seems like we've come full circle…' Talking to MOJO about The Joshua Tree thirty years on.

2
30 Jan, 2017

Adam is the guest on John Kelly’s new series of The Works Presents on RTÉ One in Ireland.

3

Related Topics