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IMAX @ Widescreen Weekend 2006
National Museum of Photography, Film & Television
Bradford, England

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The 70mm Newsletter

Pictures by: Thomas Hauerslev

March 2006
Scale model of original IMAX screen
Scale model of original IMAX screen
Scale model of original IMAX screen.

Note how curved a "flat" IMAX screen really is.
Scale model of original IMAX screen
The real thing - IMAX in Bradford
 
Getting ready for "Batman Begins: The IMAX Experience"
Projectionist John Cahill, the IMAX projectors and the QTRU 4 deck IMAX platter
QTRU 4 deck IMAX platter developed by Kinoton in Germany
Note how 3D film is marked with orange and green film
The lift used to move IMAX film
John Cahill demonstrating the lift
 
 
Rollers, film, rollers, film, rollers and film yet again.
The center unit feeding film to the projectors
 
 
 
 
Sound rack to the right and dual projectors to the left.
 
 
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