<< Cinema >>
Iron Man 2, one of the first films to use 3D printers to create costumes. In 2019, Blanck Panther won the Oscar for Best Costume Design, largely done with 3D printers.
Morgan by Luke Scott, the first film trailer created by artificial intelligence, courtesy of IBM's Watson team.
Use of Comuper-generated Imagery (CGI) technology in The Rogue One to revive actor Peter Cushing. Three years later, the same technology served to revive Carrie Fisher in Star Wars Episode IX.
The Amazon Prime Video movie distribution platform is expanding internationally.
Icarus, by Bryan Fogel, Netflix's first feature film awarded with an Oscar (for Best Documentary Feature).
Experimental use of autonomous drones for shooting aerial scenes.
<< Photography >>
Kodak introduces its first waterproof digital still camera, the Kodak EasyShare Sport Camera.
Kodak goes bankrupt. The company files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the United States.
The Swedish iconic company Hasselblad is acquired by the Chinese company DJI.
Kodak resumes the production of Ektachrome film.
Apple introduces The iPhone 11 Pro that offers a total of three rear-facing cameras.
<< Amateur Film >>
<< It ends in the 2000s
<< Television and video >>
Smart TVs are beginning to be marketed, to facilitate access to multimedia content.
The first 3D TVs are marketed. Five years later (2017) there is no company left that makes this type of TV.
The first Ultra High Definition (UHD) TV with a 4K resolution is launched.
Samsung launches the first curved screen TVs.
HBO begins its video on demand service.
8k TV broadcasts begin during the Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
<< Sound >>
Dolby Laboratories launches Dolby Atmos surround sound technology, first used in the Disney and Pixar animated film "Brave."
Apple launches Airpods, wireless earbud headphones.
The Mi.Mu Gloves go on sale, gloves that allow you to create all kinds of music and sounds from the movement and posture of the hands.