Date 1st February 2011 Category Home Theatre   

Canadian company D-Box has outfitted two more commercial movie theatres in the U.S. with motion coded theatre seats.

O'Neil Cinemas' Lisbon Landing Cinema in Lisbon, CT and Apple Tree Cinema in Londonderry, NH, now feature 27 and 26 D-Box MFX seats, respectively. The first D-Box motion coded movie to play in the theatres was Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, which was released on November 19.

"We're very proud to team up with O'Neil Cinemas, an established theatre brand in the marketplace, and bringing our technology to the Eastern movie fans," says President and CEO of D-Box Technologies, Claude Mc Master. "The success of D-Box in existing markets continues to serve as a proven testament to the added value we bring and continues to drive interest from theatre companies around the world."

"To be the first theatre company on the East Coast U.S. to offer D-Box is incredibly exciting," adds Dan R. O'Neil, Executive Vice President of O'Neil Entertainment. "We pride ourselves in providing our patrons with the highest level of service and entertainment in a state-of-the-art atmosphere, and the addition of D-Box is another facet to that continued commitment. We are excited to partner with such a forward looking, cutting edge company."

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