Cinema has been around as early as the 1900s. Every year thousands of feature films are released around the world. With the coming of digital media, the internet, and computers, traditional cinematography has begun to fade. Take a look at the earliest form of digital films like George Lucas’ Star Wars in 1977. Although not much can be said about the digital effects, back in the day it was the most exciting thing to see at the cinema. 3D animation came after this and so did the 3D experience by making movies feel realistic and interactive. Like many things, technology is always chaining and revolutionizing. There are plans for the future of changing films into 4D. But wait, what is 4D anyway? It’s very easy to differentiate 2D from 3D, but 3D to 4D may be tricky. Although speaking in the form of films, 4D is basically 3D involving all the senses. Seats will be able to move or vibrate, water will be splashed on the viewers; all in sync with what is happening on the screen. It may take away from the classic form of filmmaking, but it sounds rather fun and the experience might be unforgettable.