November 27, 2012
November 20, 2012
NEC Digital Cinemas has two slightly used (offlease) digital projectors that came from a recently closed cinema in Oklahoma. They’re looking for $35K each and would provide an exhibitor financing over 5 or 6 years, making the payments manageable.
Below are the specs
Two (2) Pre-Owned NEC NC1600C-A Digital Cinema Projectors (specifications below) • NEC NC1600C-A Digital Cinema Projector • Lens: 1.90-3.25 NEC1600C NEC-60LS19Z-71.1mm • Mounting rack USL DAX-RAX • Digital Base Assy Blue • Top Kit NEC NC1600C Base with 4/ Doors • D to A Converter USL DAX-602
• NEC NC1600C-A Digital Cinema Projector • Lens: 1.4-2.05 NEC1600C NEC-60LS14Z 31.2-45.6mm • Mounting rack USL DAX-RAX • Digital Base Assy Blue • Top Kit NEC NC1600C Base with 4/ Doors • D to A Converter USL DAX-602
Please Contact Palma Rizzi: (800)451-5361 Ext 314 for any inquiries or questions.
November 16, 2012
October 26, 2012
CHARLOTTE, MI — The second-generation owners of the Eaton Twin Theatres are preparing to make the expensive transition to digital projection. They hope to purchase a digital projector for its main floor auditorium but cannot afford a second digital projector for the smaller upstairs auditorium in the former balcony.
Further details are in the Lansing State Journal
October 12, 2012
SCHAUMBURG, IL — What’s being billed as Chicago’s first 5-D Cinema is rolling out at the Woodfield Mall later this cinema. PIX 5D Cinema will present 12-15 minute movie shorts that hit all the senses.
Read more in the Northwest Herald
October 8, 2012
September 20, 2012
James Cameron shared his views on why cinemas will survive in USA Today. He feels that new technology to make the theater experience more immerssive is the key to its success.
September 14, 2012
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA — Could a pulsating screen be the future for cinemas? Seoul-based collective Jonpasang debuted their Hyper-Matrix screen for an Expo last month that features thousands of moving cubes.
Read more along with pictures and video at Fast Company.
September 10, 2012
August 31, 2012
Researchers in South Korea are creating technology that could lead to 3-D without glasses. It could lead to a reduction in costs for projection but all the details haven’t been ironed out.
Read more at Wired.