Cineplex has also rolled out SuperTicket.
$35.00 includes both a movie ticket and a voucher for a pre-order of the digital download that can be redeemed on Cineplex's online store.
It's $41.00 for D-BOX 3D and you get bonus content with your download plus 500 scene points.
The online version will become available to you around the time it's headed to DVD.
Digital copies will be in Ultraviolet, which allows sharing of the digital downloads on multiple devices like desktop, laptop and tablet computers or smartphones.
There was a similar mainstream ride in 1994 at Canada's Wonderland amusement park, called Action Theater.
You watched a movie based on of Days of Thunder and the seats lurched side to side and front to back, later on a 3D film was added.
I rather enjoyed D-BOX, it kept me from squirming around, trying to tame the dreaded numb bum in a theater seat.
D-BOX is not at all like a midway ride, you can shut it off or set it to low/normal/high.
Each seat has a weight sensor, so unoccupied seats do not move.
There were two whole rows G and H dedicated to new D-BOX seating in a standard theater.
MFX stands for motion effects, programmed to each seat via a unique waveform developed for each movie.
The signal sent to the actuators under the seat didn't really make me feel any more immersed, I will say again I liked the massage!
Edited by 5aces - 7/16/13 at 9:24pm