Press Release from D-BOX Technologies, Inc.
D-BOX Technologies Inc. (DBO.A on the TSX Venture Exchange) announced today the next movie title to feature its immersive motion technology will be Focus Features' new film, "9" debuting on Sept. 9, 2009.
Audiences will soon have the opportunity to live the animated action for the first time and experience this next dimension in movie viewing with the release of "9" produced by award-winning movie producer, Tim Burton. Moviegoers will feel the extraordinary sensations of onscreen explosions and intense action-packed battles all from individual motion-enhanced theatre seats.
Offering a completely immersive realistic experience, D-BOX Motion Designers code each film, frame by frame, utilizing the company's ground-breaking D-BOX Motion Code(TM). Each motion system is coded to move in perfect sync with the action taking place on the screen and comes equipped with individual intensity settings that can be adjusted to further customize the movie experience. While moviegoers will experience motion during most of the action sequences, the seats will remain still during the more dialogue-driven scenes.
"We are proud to announce our first agreement with Focus Features and the fourth movie title to feature D-BOX Motion Code(TM)," said President and CEO of D-BOX Technologies, Claude Mc Master. "Since unveiling D-BOX motion technology in movie theatres in April, we have continued to experience steady growth and enter new markets in the U.S. and Canada. This latest film will be the first animated film to feature D-BOX's innovative motion technology and we look forward to announcing additional movie titles and theatre locations in the near future."
D-BOX Motion technology is presently available at several theaters throughout the U.S. and Canada to include Cineplex Odeon Queensway Theatre in Etobicoke, Canada; Mann Chinese 6 Theatre in Los Angeles, California; Theatres at Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota; Galaxy at the Cannery in Las Vegas, Nevada; Galaxy Highland Theatre in Austin, Texas; UltraStar Cinemas in Surprise, Arizona; and UltraStar Apple Valley in San Bernardino, California.
For additional information and theatre details visit www.d-box.com/en/movie-theatre.