Next week at CinemaCon, Dolby will highlight a year of global growth that shows no signs of slowing down and will also exhibit a full spectrum of innovative, technologies for cinema exhibition, including the new Dolby Cinema Processor CP950.
QSC has added several new products to its Q-Sys ecosystem. The new DPA-Q Series amplifiers are four- and eight-channel network amplifiers uniting the QSC legacy of robust power amplifiers, advancements in high-efficiency output devices and native network transport, and the control and monitoring capabilities of the Q-Sys ecosystem.
Wein Cinema is the largest cinema complex in Asia, with 34 state-of-the-art theaters occupying a 20,000 square-meter area. Wein is located within the massive Shanghai National Exhibition and Convention Center, which also contains multiple exhibition halls, a business center, high-end office space and hotels.
Kinoton Korea recently outfitted CGV Yongsan with an array of premium Harman Professional Solutions cinema audio technology to ensure immersive sound quality across all of the multiplex’s theaters. As South Korea’s largest cinema chain operator, CJ CGV has a long history of introducing revolutionary innovations in the cinema industry in its home country and abroad.
DTS, a wholly owned subsidiary of Xperi Corporation and CJ 4DPlex have announced a strategic alliance to bring DTS:X immersive audio technology to ScreenX theatres worldwide. Beginning in 2019, DTS will work with ScreenX and exhibitors to implement DTS:X technology into ScreenX locations.
Dolby has reached a milestone of more than 500 installed Dolby Atmos screens across India. From Indian multiplexes – including 16 all Dolby Atmos multiplexes – to independent and single screen exhibitors, Atmos screens are found in 143 cities and 22 states and Union Territories in collaboration with Carnival Cinemas, Cinepolis, Inox Cinemas, PVR Cinemas, SPI Cinemas and other independent exhibitors.
Los Angeles post house Inventure Studios has renovated its Studio C with the installation of a Severtson projection screen. Now all four of its studios are equipped with a Severtson woven acoustically-transparent screen. Seveterson dealer Keith Watanabe supervised the installation.
Founded in 1919 by First World War veterans working in the motion picture industry, the American Legion’s Post 43 became a Hollywood icon, with members including Clark Gable, Charlton Heston, Mickey Rooney, Ronald Reagan and more. A major project to update the post’s auditorium has put it back at the center of the Los Angeles community.
GDC Technology today announced that more than 60,000 of its cinema media servers have been shipped to customers worldwide. According to the company, more than a third of the world's cinema screens, from renowned art houses to ultra-modern multiplexes, count on GDC Technology to enable new possibilities for big screen content and experiences. GDC also announced today that its SX-4000 immersive sound media server with a built-in DTS:X decoder, and the XSP-1000 immersive cinema sound processor reached a milestone of 1,000 screens worldwide.
Industry veteran Rod Archer has joined QSC Cinema as product manager. In his new role, Archer will be primarily responsible for product strategy and execution for Q-SYS for Cinema, Cinema Media Server, Control and Accessibility Product categories. Archer brings a rich career of product development experience, with more than 30 years of executive product development roles.