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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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Wiegand has been featured in "The Men Who Built America" on the History Channel and was featured in the I-MAX film "National Parks Adventure." His work has been seen on C-SPAN, and Wiegand was featured at the White House on the occasion of Theodore Roosevelt's 150th birthday in 2008.
Based on the latter, Leica Geosystems[c] offers MAX and i-MAX solutions (Takac and Zelder, 2008).
The Wisconsin Center is connected via Skywalks to Hilton and Hyatt hotels and it's walking distance to the Milwaukee Public Museum, Humphrey I-Max Theater, Riverwalk, Theater District and the Grohmann Museum, which features the Eckhart G.
Turtle Trek at SeaWorld will be an i-Max style show that details the life and times of one of the world's most vulnerable reptiles.
The performance was held at Prasad's I-Max. Farhan Shahed, city's beatbox artist kicked off tribute with his beatboxing talent.
At Meydan City itself, the shooting range, facilities for dressage, show jumping, the I-max cinema are readying and the museum would open before the next World Cup.
The EVDR programming tool includes a graphic display along with selector icons for programmable functions including ramp rates, i-min, i-max settings, etc.
Paramount has been using I-MAX, the predecessor to the Exp Macess solution, since 2000.
The beach and pier with its own theatre, the Oceanarium and i-Max Cinema are the same distance.