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Popular movies have evolved over the last century to fit better our cognitive and perceptual systems. Indeed, film can tell us a lot about the human mind.
James Cutting, professor of psychology at Cornell, discusses the many ways in which films have changed--adjusting frame rates, aspect ratios, shot lengths, and adding sound, color, and 3D--in the service of a more immersive experience.