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Just A Pop Question 16 Aug 2002 12:51 #27908

I was just wondering what the smallest projection booth you've ever designed was and where was it located?
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Re: Just A Pop Question 31 Aug 2002 18:23 #27909

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the smallest I've sen was up a ladder from the tik counter and it was a single reel that they had an intermission after each longish reel because there was no room for a 2nd proj! The tik guy would put up a sign: back in a moment! And he sold the popcorn! That was small. Plenty have enough room for the platter, projector and that's all!

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Re: Just A Pop Question 17 Sep 2002 12:38 #27910

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We've squeezed projection equipment into some really small spaces, particularly in retrofits. In general, though, the minimum requirements for a single projection room would be 16 feet long by 10 feet deep. The long dimension shouls be assymetrical tot he port hole to allow more space on the platter side. If you have projectors back-to-back, the booth depth should be minimum 16 feet.
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