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Re:New Theatre what does digital do to the design? 18 Nov 2008 13:49 #30375

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Booth of the future is no booth.Unlike others that are in the 35 mm mind set (only)I CANT WAIT FOR DIGITAL .I have been in the bsns since 1982 and see digital as our future. Digital will take us the next 50 years of motion pictures.Times change and so must we or you are left out being bitter.
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Re:New Theatre what does digital do to the design? 18 Nov 2008 22:33 #30383

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Ken Layton wrote:
Wait till you you've got to set up a ladder in the middle of a show and climb up to the "projector" to quiet a screeching fan. All while the customers are yelling at you. Don't forget some smart alek kids can throw half-filled soda pop cups and popcorn tubs up there onto that 'platform'. Then the dried soda attracts flies buzzing through the projected image.

Build a mini-room enclosed floor to ceiling with a locked door and a wall ladder inside? This should address air handling, noise, flies, etc., and you wouldn't even have to suspend it--just put it on a platform. What are some options for checking the sound and picture remotely? I read in one of the threads that someone uses CC cameras to keep an eye on the screens from the concession stand, but that's not good enough quality to check the picture. Having a manager or other employee pop in at the beginning of the film would work, but are there other options?
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