Vox Cinemas is installing Harkness 3D and 2D Clarus XC screen technology in its new four-screen Riyadh Park, Vox Cinemas first site in Saudi Arabia.
Engineers and technicians from Samsung Electronics and Ymagis Group have successfully worked together to develop a component that allows the Samsung Cinema LED Screen to showcase movies and other content with EclairColor HDR picture quality while meeting EclairColor’s technical specifications. The combination of these two technologies means HDR images are shown at a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1 to deliver a more detailed and resonating viewing environment.
Arena Cinemas’ Sihlcity in Switzerland today became the first theatre in the world to install a Samsung 3D Cinema LED Screen. Imaculix designed and installed the screen.
Harkness Screens has been confirmed as an Official Supplier to the 68th Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale) February 15-25.
Samsung unveiled the world’s first 3D Cinema LED screen this week at the Integrated Systems Europe trade show in Amsterdam.
Wanda Cinemas’s Wujiaochang theatre in Shanghai’s Yangpu District is installing Samsung’s Cinema LED Screen technology, becoming the first implementation of Samsung’s Cinema LED Screen in China. This follows implementations in Asia last year in Seoul and Busan, Korea, and Bangkok, Thailand, and in Europe, at the Arena Cinemas Sihlcity in Zurich, Switzerland.
ScreenX, the multi-projection system that provides a 270-degree panoramic film viewing experience within a theatre setting, reported today a successful 2017 for the company from strong attendance results to a number of key expansion milestones.
Harkness Screens is once again providing the screen for theatrical presentations during CineAsia 2017, the industry’s leading event for the Asian market underway now in Hong Kong.
Harkness Screens has introduced a new high performance coating technology called Nanolast.
Harkness Screens is opening a new manufacturing facility in the USA. The state-of-the-art facility based in Roanoke, Virginia will replace the existing plant, in Fredericksburg, Virginia, and will commence manufacturing of Harkness’ leading screen technologies this fall. Meanwhile, the company will retain a presence in Fredericksburg with the opening of a new commercial and administration office.