5d dynamic cinema brings you the most competitive project

- Nov 22, 2017-

5d dynamic cinema brings you the most competitive project

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Since 2010, with the release of avatar, the 3D movie has become so popular that the entire 3D industry has become hot, and the number of relevant industries such as 4D cinema and 5D cinema has also risen.


In recent years, with the rapid development of 3D films, the 4D and 5D cinema have also come a long way. At the 2010 world expo in Shanghai, there was a scramble to stage 4D and 5D films, which made the movie, which was not previously known to the public, the limelight. In the popular storm of 4D and 5D cinema, the role of facilitator is played.


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In 2010 the first year of a 3d film on the arrival of each big theater is blossoming, see China's huge market, but it did not blindly follow suit, but is keen to chose more long than 3d 4d, 5d film market. Once the 5D dynamic theater project was launched, the response was very strong, and the market reaction was very encouraging, and it was not an exaggeration to describe it as "the city of the city". The viewer's long viewing experience caused a stir and grossed more than 300, 000 yuan a month. In the short months since then, the model has been rapidly copied and grabbed a large share of the market, and quickly became the new force of the 4D and 5D cinema in China.


China is the world's largest entertainment consumer, lack of the current games market products, not really meet the market demand for entertainment products, and the advent of 5d cinema will make up for the lack of industry, to market the most authentic, the most valuable entertainment life. Bring your most competitive project!

 

5d motion cinema business scope is very broad, to open in the city square, downtown, shopping malls, supermarkets, cinemas, science and technology museum, anime, video games, the town, parks, zoos, tourist attractions, amusement park, near the railway stations, docks, factories, etc, can also make your own detachable handling the screening room flow management.

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