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James Cameron Introducing 3D Tech to Indian Filmmakers

December 13, 2010 (3:29 am) GMT
He attended Innovation and Knowledge Conference in Lavasa, India to give a speech about the use of 3D system that made his 'Avatar' a worldwide hit.

James Cameron has offered Indian moviemakers the chance to use the special 3D technology which made "" a worldwide hit. The director's epic blockbuster smashed box-office records when it was released last year and has since grossed more than $2.7 billion.

And during a speech at the Innovation and Knowledge (INK) Conference in Lavasa, India on Friday, December 10, Cameron vowed to help up-and-coming directors in the country. The star promised to allow Indian filmmakers to use the 3D equipment if they wanted to release a blockbuster, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

He said, "If there is an Indian director who'd like to make a film - it could be about the Ramayana or the Mahabharata - we can offer the technology we've already developed, the 3D system and the digital 3D Fusion Camera."

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