• To record the history of the large format movies and the 70mm cinemas
as remembered by the people who worked with the films. Both during
making and during running the films in projection rooms and as the
audience, looking at the curved screen.
in70mm.com, a unique internet based magazine, with articles about 70mm
cinemas, 70mm people, 70mm films, 70mm sound, 70mm film credits, 70mm
history and 70mm technology. Readers and fans of 70mm are always welcome
D-150 Curvulon Lens
By Richard Vetter The D-150 Super Curvulon lens attachment was a basic design that I
conceived and submitted to Kollmorgen Corp. in 1964 and that
company was commissioned by D-150 to perform the final
design and fabricate prototypes.
The Danes And The Windjammers By Borden Mace I tried to convince Captain Hansen to sail the S/S Danmark, to be the “star” of our scheduled second wide screen spectacular following
Curvulon and Kollmorgen
By Glenn Berggren
I got Kollmorgen to design /create a 2X
magnifier to be used with their older BX 265 (4" diameter)
lenses of 5" to 9", and that is what Dick Vetter was using
Introduction to Sensurround The Sensurround Model II system developed by MCA Universal brings a new dimension to the motion picture theatre. It is designed to generate special audible and sub audible effects not yet possible to reproduce on presently available systems.
About Sensurround Universal Studios felt for many years that in order to attract large audiences into the theatres to see feature films, the viewing audience would have to be offered some sort of "event" that would not be accessible to them on the home television screen.
"Treasure Seekers" By Michael Donahue
It's a very low budget independent feature, a screwball comedy, a love
story about greed and lust
Sensurround Horror Stories
From film-tech.com When The Branmar Theater in Wilmington, DE, which had shown all the Sensurround films closed in the late 80's, you could still see the cracks in the ceiling from the process!