EXCLUSIVE: The world’s largest Imax screen is scheduled to open to the public on September 30 at the Traumpalast Multiplex in Leonberg, Germany.
Measuring 21.03 meters high and 38.16 meters wide – wider than a Boeing 737 airliner – the record-breaking screen will kick off with the latest James Bond entry No Time to Die, which features sequences shot with Imax film cameras.
The screen for the 574-seat Imax at Traumpalast weighed in at an over 500 pounds (227 kilos), another Imax record, and had to be painted by a specially designed robotic arm.
The theatre, whose construction was first announced two and half years ago, will feature Imax’s with laser technology and Imax’s 12-channel sound technology with side and overhead channels for dynamic range and precision.
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