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Sensurround

(ˈsɛnsəˌraʊnd)
n
(Film) trademark a sound reproduction system used esp in cinemas, in which low-frequency output causes bodily sensations in the audience, resulting in a feeling of involvement in the film
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It was a good way for the kids to attune themselves to Filipino in a way that beats 4D and the sensurround of movies, or VR (virtual reality) videos on the phone or computer.
Some Japanese fire departments operate museum-type centers where visitors, including grade school children, can experience earthquakes of different magnitudes while standing on quake simulators in chambers with sensurround sound and giant video screens.
With the introduction of Sensurround sound in motion pictures, subwoofers gained popularity in the market.
Get Out sounds like post-rock on synths pulling listeners to its fold in filmic sensurround. On the other hand, Never Say Die pulses with dark pop menace that every disillusioned kid seems to take illicit comfort in.
And we all know what lies around the corner: A world of Sensurround virtual reality, and an internet wired into just about every object we interact with.
The buzz around the lot was that the casting, the action scenes, and the use of enhanced low-frequency sound effects (then called Sensurround, a forerunner of 5.1 and 7.1 soundtracks) were elements of a potential hit.
(21.) 'Sex Hanging in a Female', Amok Journal, Sensurround Edition: A Compendium of Psycho-Physiological Investigations, ed.
Davis is likely to recount his experiences with high-framerate 3D at the next Grog & Chowder meeting, just as his predecessors swapped stories about past innovations, from single-strip color film, telescoping camera cranes and Dolby Digital sound to Cinerama and Sensurround. That's the enduring nature of their club.
1 EARTHQUAKE (1974) FILMED in "Sensurround," some cinemas were fitted with hydraulic chairs to make the Los Angeles earthquake scenes more realistic in this Hollywood blockbuster.
05THE disaster movie Earthquake, starring Charlton Heston, above, and featuring the "Sensurround" sound system to put audiences in the heart of the action, opened at the Futurist, in Lime Street.
In 1974, the disaster movie "Earthquake'' was released by Universal Pictures in "Sensurround,'' which bombarded the audience with low-frequency sound waves during the quake scenes.