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IMAX

(ˈaɪmæks)
n
(Film) trademark a process of film projection using a giant screen on which an image approximately ten times larger than standard is projected
[C20: from image + maximum]
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National Air and Space Museum, Lockheed Martin IMAX Theater, 4th and Independence Ave, S.
A new IMAX theater at Valley River Center may be open for business by Valentine's Day.
WOODLAND HILLS - San Fernando Valley movie fans can supersize their viewing experience next month when a digital IMAX theater opens in Warner Center.
The Big Apple's most popular Imax theater (on 68th and Broadway, where the pic's preem was hosted on July 14) sold out more than a week's worth of screenings, and the pic's debut midnight showing was sold out at every theater in the city.
The Chenal 9 will have the city's second IMAX theater.
Other improvements include Malecon 2000, a modern pier with gardens, an Anthropological and Contemporary Art Museum housing over 50,000 artifacts and a valuable modern art collection, an art house movie theater, an Imax theater, malls and food courts.
Even with the inclement weather that day, hundreds of journalists made their way to the IMAX theater for welcoming remarks by retired Marine Corps General John R.
A 19-screen megaplex, Westchester County's only IMAX Theater, a family entertainment center, two indoor skating rinks, restaurants, a Marriott hotel, a Bally fitness center, a Super Stop & Shop supermarket, a Class A office building and a spectacular roof-top tower that will propel riders over 200 feet with the force of a space launch are among the many features of New Roe City, a 1.
The Sony IMAX Theater in New York is one the highest grossing screens in the United States, and Sony will be opening IMAX 3-D theatres in Tokyo, San Francisco and Berlin.
The IMAX theater that Regal Entertainment Group and IMAX Corp.
Developers of the Pleasant Crossing shopping center in Rogers plan to build an IMAX theater in addition to a 12-screen theater complex that had previously been announced.