Doremi Cinema Hosts Brazilian Technology Summit

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Tue, 03/13/2012 - 20:00 -- Nick Dager

Doremi Cinema hosted a sponsored cinema technology summit to support the current wave of change in digital entertainment that is underway in South America. The two-day event was held at the WTC Convention Center at the Sheraton Hotel in São Paulo Brazil March 6-7. In addition to advanced technology presentations by Doremi other industry leaders including Barco XpanD 3D Cinevise Harman and Telem shared their unique experiences and demonstrations. “We had an exciting line-up of engaging sessions and presentations hosted by leaders driving innovation in cinema technology. The agenda was designed to address the array of opportunities theater operators face today.  We demonstrated higher frame rate 3D and Barco’s Auro 3D Audio and shared solutions that we are successfully applying in other parts of the world to meet the exhibitors needs ” says Michael Archer vice president Digital Cinema Doremi. “Our intention was to address a broader interest in the Latin American market for the implementation of the latest technologies and future-proof solutions that bring the best experience to the audience.” The first of the two-day event included presentations by Doremi Barco XpanD Cinevise Harman Telem and demonstrations of HFR 3D and Auro 3D audio.  Doremi provided technical presentations for Screen Management Systems Theater Management Systems and its Integrated Media Block and explained the benefits of its comprehensive solution set. Day two was dedicated to a more in-depth technical look inside the Doremi solution set SMS troubleshooting maintenance and language packs installation; Integrated Media Block (IMB) installation IMB/projector marriage and troubleshooting. Also covered was transition planning conversion procedures operational considerations and troubleshooting for its Theater Management System and StreamIt solutions. “Doremi is committed to bringing both theater management efficiency and state of the art technology to South America.” Archer says. “Brazil has always been a leader in the implementation of new technologies so we are looking forward to building relationships there and across Latin America.” Doremi Cinema