Cinionic has expanded its relationship with one of India’s fastest growing theater chains, Miraj Cinemas, and will upgrade Miraj’s fleet of theaters with Barco Smart and Flagship Laser projectors. In all 60 screens across 20 Miraj Cinemas’ Multiplexes will be upgraded including its Miraj Maximum, the largest movie theater screen in Delhi.
Cinergy Entertainment Group has opened four new auditoriums at its Odessa, Texas location representing 536 additional luxury reclining seats.
At the world premiere of the Avengers: Endgame on April 22 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Premiere guests enjoyed a stunning presentation of the film in Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos sound using QSC loudspeakers, amplifiers, and signal processing featuring Q-SYS in a custom-built movie theater.
Edge Content & Technology, one of Australia’s leading cinema technology integrators, has acquired 52 Christie RealLaser CP4325-RGB cinema projectors illumination for deployment into theatres.
Barco and Imax have renewed their partnership for the development of projectors for the Imax with Laser brand. The partnership began in 2012.
Systems integrator CinemaNext has reached an agreement with Saudi fashion retail giant Fawaz Alhokair Group for the installation of its first multiplex in Saudi Arabia under the new cinema brand Muvi. Scheduled to open in May at the popular Mall of Arabia in Jeddah, CinemaNext will equip the 15-screen multiplex (2,063 seats) with 4K laser projectors and state-of-the-art surround sound.
Indonesia’s Cinema 21 has ordered fifty Barco Series 4 SP4K-25 projectors as part of the chain’s new build and renewal strategy. The Barco Series 4, which was announced last week at CinemaCon, features 4K, RGB-Laser projection and is ready for 4K 120fps high frame rate, high-dynamic-range and wide-color-gamut capabilities.
Christie has named TSR Prova as its pre-eminent integration partner of its family of RGB RealLaser cinema projectors TSR will assist in the adoption of Christie’s latest cinema technology across the burgeoning Indian exhibition market.
A highlight of this year’s CinemaCon, which wrapped up Thursday, April 4, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, was the announcement of the formation of the Cinity Cinema System, a joint effort between the Huaxia Film Distribution Company, Christie Digital Systems and GDC Technology to “develop, leverage and promote premium format movies driven by new, advanced configurations.” The announcement follows several years of debate in Hollywood and around the world regarding the best way to move forward with critical technology issues including high dynamic range, high frame rate, wide color gamut and immersive sound. Those issues were widely discussed at CinemaCon and we will have more to say about the show in the coming days. But the Cinity Cinema System announcement stands out because it feels like a watershed event. The question now is this: is Hollywood still the center of the motion picture industry or is that center shifting to China?
NEC has introduced what it says is the world’s first digital cinema projector that offers exhibitors the ability to replace the laser module in the projector head for the ultimate in versatility and future-proofing. The NEC NC2402ML is a 3-chip DLP projector that features RB laser technology delivering richer colors, brighter images, and a sealed optical engine and laser module for unsurpassed low cost of ownership.