As of July 2015, the amount of films that have utilized RealD technology is long. Some of the more recent movies to use it include Inside Out, Jurassic World, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Terminator: Genisys and Poltergeist.
RealD Technology started distributing its technology to megaplexes and cinemas worldwide in 2009. RealD technology uses digital stereoscopic image projection to give dimensionality to the images that are seen on the screen. It utilizes low light, absorption filters and film speeds up to 48 frames per second to achieve this effect.
Peter Jackson's Hobbit films are a stunning example of using 48 frames per second continually throughout their production. Some other notable films to use the technology over the years are Toy Story, Toy Story 2, Toy Story 3, Thor, Pirahna 3D, Kung Fu Panda 2, Priest, Despicable Me, The Last Airbender, Megamind, Sanctum, Shrek: Forever After, Tangled, The Green Hornet and Up.
The first film to use the technology was James Cameron's Avatar, a film considered to be one of the highest grossing films of all time. Other notable films began using the technology after seeing the financial windfall that Avatar produced. As of July 2015, RealD technology is located in 26,500 auditoriums in 72 different countries.