Reading is the first movie exhibitor in Australia to install the Dolby Atmos cinema sound platform. The first Dolby Atmos film to play at Reading will be Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World, which will begin screening today at Reading Cinemas Waurn Ponds, Geelong, in the Titan XC Extreme Cinema.
In their effort to provide professional high-quality cinemas to Mongolian citizens, Cinema of Sound and Kinoton are building Standard Cinema Point theaters in Mongolia’s aimags (first-level administrative subdivisions), villages and city districts.
QSC Audio Products demonstrated a proof of concept of an end-to-end solution for the playback of immersive sound program material at last weeks ShowEast 2013 in Hollywood, Florida.
With its imposing Art Deco exterior, the Pathé Tuschinski in Amsterdam is The Netherlands’ most prestigious cinema. Inside it has been restored to its original 1920s glory, while at the same time being extended and modernized to satisfy the expectations of 21st century filmgoers. The latest phase has included the installation of a custom Alcons Audio system.
Upcoming Twentieth Century Fox films including The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Rio 2, X-Men: Days of Future Past, and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes will be mixed and released in Dolby Atmos digital cinema sound.
Harman’s JBL Professional has introduced its 9320 Cinema Surround loudspeaker, a large-format loudspeaker designed for high power handling, extended bass response and wide dynamic range in professional cinema applications
Regal Entertainment Group will install Barco’s Auro 11.1 digital cinema sound technology in 20 additional Regal Cinemas across the country.
Christie today announced that the Christie IMB, an integrated media block solution that converts and delivers feature-film and alternative content within a secure environment, now supports Dolby Atmos.
QSC Audio Products has released updates to three PC-based software applications for its DCP Series cinema processors. The company says that all three updates provide an array of new features and enhanced simplicity of operation.
Few words are as overused by the cinema industry as the word immersive. We at Dolby are perhaps guiltier than most. We’ve used the term in dozens of press releases and marketing materials, most recently when describing Dolby Atmos.