By IMAX on September 20, 2012
The Polar Express was a milestone in IMAX history. As our first DMR 3D movie, The Polar Express changed the way the industry viewed 3D technology, especially in IMAX. We invited Hugh Murray from our film technology team to come share his experience working on the film.
Read what Hugh had to say below:
By IMAX on September 12, 2012
Now that you’ve been formally introduced to our DMR technology, (if you haven’t, please click here to catch up) we’d like to dive a bit deeper into what happens behind the scenes during this transformative process.
As we’ve mentioned in other posts, your experience in an IMAX theatre is entirely different from any other theatre. One of the key reasons is because the content being shown in an IMAX theatre is significantly better than the content playing down the hall.
Want to know how it’s really done? Below we discuss the step-by-step process:
By IMAX on September 04, 2012
IMAX 101 Series: DMR (Digital Re-Mastering)—The Secret Sauce Behind The IMAX Experience®
For more than 40 years, IMAX has been in the business of creating experiences that take you beyond the edge of your seats to a world you’ve never imagined.
We started out as a large-format documentary maker focused on museums and science centers - taking audiences on adventures from the depths of the ocean to the outer limits of space.
While our documentary roots continue to be a key part of our business, we started to wonder what would happen if we brought The IMAX Experience to Hollywood?
By IMAX on August 21, 2012
The IMAX® camera is an integral part of IMAX’s history. The IMAX® camera is more than a piece of equipment used to capture images, it delivers lifelike images that no other camera has been able to match since its invention more than 35 years ago.
Take a behind the scenes look as Mike Hendriks of IMAXs Camera Department and Producer Lorne Orleans talk about IMAX film technology and the adventures of the IMAX® camera.
By IMAX on July 10, 2012
Liberty Science Center Prepares for the Arrival of TDKR in IMAX
The Dark Knight Rises is proving to be one of 2012’s most highly-anticipated films. With a runtime of 2 hours and 45 minutes, many theatres are preparing for the showing of The Dark Knight Rises. Take a moment to check out the behind-the-scenes video of Liberty Science Center’s tech guy Joseph Columbo as he walks through what goes into showing such an epic film, which has the longest runtime of any film ever shown at LSC. He uses awesome words like platters, QTRU, decks etc. It’s a pretty big deal. Check it out below: