Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Guardians of the Galaxy 2: finished hacking at Comic-Con – Le Figaro

VIDEO – James Gunn assured that the leakage of exclusive film images would soon be a bad memory. According to him, a new technology will be in place in San Diego to prevent this kind of theft.

Each year tens of thousands of fans geek Culture travel to Hall H of the San Diego Convention Center, to view exclusive images of the biggest blockbusters to come.

Among the crowd are also pirates. The trailer of Suicide Squad was for example found on the Internet after Comic-Con last year, resulting in an official reaction of the marketing chair of studio Warner Bros. Same for movies Warcraft , X-Men: Apocalypse and Deadpool . The Fox studio has even withdrawn from the event this year.

But do not worry, this happens in Hall H will remain in Hall H. This was hinted director of the saga of Guardians of the Galaxy , James Gunn. In response to a comment from a user on his Facebook page, the American shows that the risk of piracy would be “much lower” with a “new technology.” He was evasive about the process being used.

Part of the answer could come from Apple. The US giant has obtained a patent for a technology to disable the camera function of any smartphone. This would take the form of an infrared transmitter sending coded data to the devices. No more leaks cinema, but also concerts, museums and other sensitive places.

The question is whether it’s Apple that will ensure the safety of precious images of the second part of the Guardians of the Galaxy, presented Comic-Con July 21. The film will hit the screens in 2017.


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