We've been sent along the new trailer for NatGeo's new 3D IMAX offering Mysteries of the Unseen World which opens Fall 2013 and is narrated by Forest Whitaker.
This is an original production by National Geographic Entertainment and Day’s End Pictures, and makes its premiere on November 8, 2013, available in the giant-screen format as well as in digital 3-D cinemas, in 3-D and 2-D, 15/70 and digital formats in the USA and worldwide.
Louie Schwartzberg (Disneynature: Wings of Life) directs the intriguing looking documentary. Check out the trailer below the synopsis.
The show runs for 40 minutes, and is produced by Lisa Truitt (Mysteries of Egypt) alongside Jini Dürr (Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure).
Scientists are on the threshold of extraordinary advances born of our drive to see all that is hidden in the world around us. Each day, trail-blazing researchers are pushing the envelope with new technologies to peer with increasing clarity into these once-invisible dimensions. The film takes audiences on an extraordinary journey into these unseen worlds beyond our normal vision to uncover the mysteries of things that are too fast, too slow, too small or simply invisible.
Mystreries of the Unseen World allows viewers to see things not visible to the naked eye, thanks to the film's innovative use of high-speed and time-lapse photography, electron microscopy, and nanotechnology. Audiences peer into unseen dimensions once reserved only for scientists to see a whole new universe of wondrous nature, daily events that escape the naked eye, and secrets crucial to our survival. The discoveries portrayed in the film are culled from those happening today in laboratories around the world, where existing and emerging technologies are yielding exciting new images of long-hidden worlds.