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North Las Vegas, NV: Galaxy Cannery to Install More D-BOX Seats
The Galaxy Cannery in North Las Vegas, Nevada has installed 11 more D-BOX motion-enhanced seats, according to a press release from D-BOX Technologies last week. The theater installed 22 seats back in June 2009, making it the first movie theater in Nevada to have the technology.
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Nov 3, 2009 - Ron Higgins
I saw Final Destination 3D in one of the D-Box seats at the Mann Chinese 6 in Hollywood. There was a big upcharge for the tickets (6 or 7 bucks extra)! I didn't feel that the moving seats added anything to the picture and most likely wouldn't pay to use them again. The seats did have multiple levels of motion, including a setting that turned the motion off. It's a novelty that wears off minutes into the film. I wish them luck, but I don't see this technology becoming widespread. As an experiment it was interesting to try once.
Nov 3, 2009 - Scott Jentsch
At the Theatres at Mall of America in Minneapolis, the D-BOX upcharge is $7.00. The effect would really need to add to a movie to justify almost doubling the ticket price!
As a customer in one of the non-moving seats, I think it would be distracting to see the seats in front of me doing a jig throughout the movie. How noticeably do the seats move? Or is it subtle movement that only the person sitting in the seat can notice?
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