Cinema Envelops Moviegoers In 270-Degree Views [Video]

Cinema Envelops Moviegoers In 270-Degree Views [Video]
technology

A new type of technology in South Korea called ScreenX uses the theater walls as supplemental screens to give people a more immersive experience.

Emma Hutchings
  • 18 october 2013

ScreenX is a new type of cinema technology developed by theater chain CJ CGV in South Korea. It uses the theater walls as supplemental screens to give people a panoramic 270-degree view.

The ScreenX technology makes the movie seem to jump off the screen to deliver a more immersive viewing experience for cinemagoers, through the use of a pantented multi-production method. It aims to provide a movie watching experience viewers won’t be able to get at home.

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