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cine

An MRI term for a series of multiple, rapidly recorded images taken at sequential cycles of time, and displayed on a monitor in a dynamic cinematic format. Cine imaging can be used to demonstrate true range of motion studies of joints and parts of the spine.
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today announced that it plans to open a complete digital cinema multiplex using Dolby([R]) Digital Cinema systems.
The Film Group produces four major annual conventions and expositions (ShoWest, ShowEast, Cinema Expo International and CineAsia).
Technicolor Digital Cinema Installs Digital Projection Systems at Prominent Los Angeles Theatres, Including Grauman's Chinese and the Village in Westwood
We commend Malco Theatres for its commitment to digital cinema," said Tim Partridge, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Professional Division, Dolby Laboratories.
OmniCast for Digital Cinema is available as of October 1, 2006.
As the senior digital cinema system provider, this is a testament to the quality and reliability of our commercial-grade equipment.
QuVIS also offers optional JPEG2000, MXF, secure encryption and key management for a complete end-to-end digital cinema solution.
To date, more than 50 digital movies have been presented on Dolby Digital Cinema systems in theatres worldwide.
Furthermore, the Technicolor Digital Cinema plan is technology agnostic, allowing both exhibitors and studios to benefit from the best available technology, including both 2K and 4K projection.
DLP display technology from Texas Instruments offers clarity down to the most minute detail, delivering pictures rich with color, contrast, and brightness to large-screen HDTVs and projectors for business, home, professional venue, and digital cinema (DLP Cinema).
Wilmers, commented, "Hong Kong is an important, influential cinema market where our Strong Westrex subsidiary has built a strong and loyal base of customers in traditional cinema over more than fifty years, including the past twelve years under Ballantyne's ownership.