fields & frames

Ochiva, Dan
March 2005
Millimeter;Mar2005, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p39
Trade Publication
Looks at developments relating to digital cinema as of March 2005. Inclusion of a preview of the 2005 ShoWest exposition; Decision of the Arts Alliance Digital Cinema to purchase Christie CP2000 series 2K resolution projectors and QuVIS Cinema Players for a network of screens throughout Great Britain; Demand for advertising-supported pre-show digital projection systems in the United States.


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