secure digital network to connect entertainment content providers to
theaters and audiences worldwide.
integration into the theater environment with firewall connection to the
current theater network and ticketing, as well as interfacing to the
theater automation, sound and film systems.
management to coordinate all logistics and site readiness specifications
by providing site surveys to ensure all installations go smoothly.
or Linux operating system and license to operate all software.
DLP HD projectors with 720P, 1080P single and dual lamps 4500 or 7000
ANSI lumens depending on screen size and 2500:1 contrast, and HDMI
shelf and all mounting equipment.
content player that manages the image display, controls the projector,
automation and sound and provides device error data and play audit data
to central server and Network Operating Center.
HD converter for live feed or HD DVD input and control by the content
surround sound cards for input to the theater sound processor.
controller for lights, curtains, fire alarm and film projector interface
server for connection to ticketing and theater management control of
layer 3 managed local area switch for connection of the central server
to each booth.
gigabit network drops to each screen to support future upgrades to DCI.
or greater wide-area managed router for connection to the external
internet Virtual Private Network (VPN).
speeds of up to 50 mbit/sec on virtual private integrated with Network
Operating Center (NOC).
to theater with real time Data Loop back to NOC.
mbit/sec Mpeg2 or Mpeg4 that provides superior image quality.
image and audio security.
color processing to simulate film color look.
End-End Surround Sound.
advanced audio compression.
of advertising content by feature, theater, screen, rating and time of