Designed for theaters with a maximum capacity of 150 seats, the XpanD ONE system gives owners of intimate cinema exhibition spaces, and fully digitized multiplexes the opportunity to offer its customers the same groundbreaking 3D technology found in the world’s largest and most popular multiplexes.
According to Maria Costeira, CEO of XpanD, the XpanD ONE system fulfills a specific need for smaller theaters. “We understand that more intimate cinema venues are investing in 3D,” she says. “With an amazing lineup of 3D movies to be released in 2010, we also expect fully digitized multiplexes to increase their programming flexibility by adding a few small, 3D-ready theaters inside their multiplexes. The introduction of the XpanD ONE system now means that our revolutionary 3D technology is available to all exhibitors, regardless of theater size.”
The XpanD ONE is a single cable, plug and play IR controller and 150 pairs.. The XpanD ONE can easily be moved from one theater to another in a fully digitized multiplex, turning all the secondary halls into 3D theaters as movie programming requires. Like standard XpanD systems, XpanD ONE does not require a silver screen, provides the brightest 3D images, works with all DLP Cinema projectors and is widely acknowledged as the best form of theatrical 3D presentation.
Since introducing the X101 active 3D glasses in early 2009, XpanD has sold more than 2 million pairs around the world to some of the world’s most prestigious cinemas. The X101 Series glasses are based on XpanD’s “pi-cell” technology, and feature , environmentally friendly repeat usage , a power-saving auto on/off mechanism sealed and solid construction for long-term, fully hygienic usage. With an extended product life of 5,000 shows per unit, XpanD provides exhibitors with the best return on investment with their 3D systems.
XpanD ONE is available for immediate sales.