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Dolby Cinema to offer light and shadow like real life, Star Wars VII could be compatible

Dolby Cinema to offer light and shadow like real life, Star Wars VII could be compatible

By 8 December 2014

Dolby has announced it will open its first cinema this month in The Netherlands to take on IMAX. The plan is to use Dolby Vision screen technology in conjunction with its all-surrounding Dolby Atmos sound. Dolby Vision has been in the works for years... >>

Game of Thrones movie may end the saga with big screen dragons, reveals author

Game of Thrones movie may end the saga with big screen dragons, reveals author

By 21 March 2014

Game of Thrones is about to begin its fourth season on TV screens across the UK this 7 April, a day after the US airing, care of Sky Atlantic and NOW TV. But if that isn't exciting enough for fans of the Seven Kingdoms there's now talk of a big screen... >>

These Star Wars photos look real but they're actually just life-like images of toys

These Star Wars photos look real but they're actually just life-like images of toys

By 17 January 2014

A Finnish man has captured the Millennium Falcon on camera as it soared above and across the icy forest in his own backyard. Well, not really. The fictional spacecraft from blockbuster franchise Star Wars does exist...but only in toy form. And you can... >>

ScreenX could be the three-screen, 270-degree future of cinema experiences, and it's here now

ScreenX could be the three-screen, 270-degree future of cinema experiences, and it's here now

By 18 October 2013

Imagine watching a film that completely fills your field of vision, bullets whizzing past your head or sneaky bad guys trying to escape and being spotted in the edge of your vision. That's what's already become a reality and it's dubbed ScreenX. The three-screen... >>

IMAX talks the future of cinema, laser projection, doubling up 4K, camera tech and more

IMAX talks the future of cinema, laser projection, doubling up 4K, camera tech and more

By 20 March 2013

IMAX is often cited as the pinnacle of cinema. The giant-screen cinema format has been undergoing something of a renaissance of late. Hollywood's embrace of IMAX's cameras in established movies such as Chris Nolan's Batman sequels The Dark Knight and... >>

Dolby Atmos: Realising fully immersive surround sound

Dolby Atmos: Realising fully immersive surround sound

By 4 July 2012

Pocket-lint was invited to Dolby’s new European HQ in central London to take a gander - well, lend an ear - to its latest surround technology, Dolby Atmos. So what exactly is it? Dolby Atmos is a cinema-only (at least for now) surround system, but it... >>

Cineworld is UK's first cinema chain to scrap online booking fees

Cineworld is UK's first cinema chain to scrap online booking fees

By 16 March 2012

Cineworld is the first UK cinema chain to completely remove online booking fees. In addition, it now offers a further 10 per cent discount for tickets bought on its website or through the company's Android or iPhone apps registered with mycineworld.... >>

LG: Passive 3D better for consumers

LG: Passive 3D better for consumers

By 9 March 2011

You've heard about how 2011 will be the year of 3D, but there's still a debate raging over what form it will take. There are two different types of glasses - active shutter and passive, but which is best? Panasonic has already made a case for active shutter... >>

The Social Network cleans up at the Golden Globes

The Social Network cleans up at the Golden Globes

By 17 January 2011

We always knew that The Social Network would be well received. There's no need to check our articles about the movie from the past, you won't find any mention of us saying that the Facebook movie may be a bit "corny" or hinting that a film with Justin... >>

The Social Network: Facebook movie is a box office hit

The Social Network: Facebook movie is a box office hit

By 4 October 2010

It has all the ingredients to be a big hit; a top class director in David Fincher (Seven, Fight Club and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), a screenplay by a proven expert - Aaron Sorkin (The West Wing and A Few Good Men) - and one of the most promising... >>


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