T2 3-D: Battle Across Time

T2 3 -D: Battle Across Time is a short film from the year 1996.

This is a post history to Terminator 2 - Judgment Day, which was originally produced as an attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood. The film was James Cameron's first confrontation with the 3D technology.

The total cost of production amounted to 60 million U.S. dollars. It would be expected per minute of film to be the most expensive short film in film history.

This short film was shot in IMAX 3D proceedings. A special feature is that is generated by the use of three cameras and three projectors accordingly, similar to the Cinerama system, a wide picture on.


The film begins with a presentation of the development company Cyberdyne. It follows a small advertising film in which Shaquille O'Neal is briefly seen.

Later, the guests are asked to put on safety glasses ( It involves 3D glasses ). A T-1000 appears and pursues Sarah and John Connor. A Terminator model T-800 (Model 101) is both to help and goes with John to on a motorcycle on the canvas. The two are at a time in the future. There, the two try to put Skynet out of action.