LG Looks at Movie Posters From Different Angles in Ads for Surround Sound Nicely immersive print from Y&R

Y&R in Brazil visualizes the effect of LG's 3-D surround-sound technology with some nifty 3-D versions of the posters for Kill Bill, Pretty Woman and Forrest Gump. The images here are spot-on reimaginings of the original artwork, and nicely demonstrate the "Every side of the sound" tagline. I just wish they'd picked more complicated source material. As cool as the effects are, we're just looking at the backs of heads and some reversed text. It's like when they remastered the first few Ramones albums—they're so simple that the effort wasn't noticeable. I'd love to see something like this with, say, the poster for The Warriors. Full images after the jump. Via Ads of the World.

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