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David,


They're using a 199 inch Da-Lite Cinema Vision screen and a Digital Projection 6SX projector.


But what's even more impressive is the theater itself. It is designed to look like a Tuscan village courtyard. Very nice work.


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How about on the theater side walls, the little houses carved to the correct scale to simulate looking at a distant village.


Incredible http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/wink.gif


BTW, the Titanic was not shabby at all. Congrats Dennis.


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[This message has been edited by Jerry Pease (edited 07-11-2001).]
 

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I think that the 199 inch screen was a misprint. This theater was also featured in "Living the Electronic Life", a special edition from the editors of Audio Video Interiors in their Winter 2001 issue. The screen size was described as 119 inches in that issue which makes more sense considering the pictures in both issues and the capabilities of the projector. (199 inches is over 16 and a half feet)This is a Theo Kalomirakis designed theater and is quite impessive. Mr. Kalomirakis designs only for the super rich and celebrities, many of whom are turned away because he is so busy.
 
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