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Briefing Cinema Multiplex Design Whether    you    are    aiming    for    a    new-build,    a    conversion    or    a    simple    refurbishment, chances   are   that   you   will   require   the   services   of   an   Cinema   Theater   Consultant.   Ideally, you   will   pick   a   firm   with   a   track   record   on   cinemas.   KASUGA   ENTERPRISES    gives   you   a tern-key    solution.    However,    the    handful    of    Consultants    can    claim    to    be    cinema specialists   and,   if   you   want   to   employ   a   local   person,   you   may   find   yourself   employing   a generalist.   Sight-lines   and   sound   performance   are   critical   here,   affecting   the   floor,   seat layout, ceilings and location of the projection box among other things. State of the art design The   calling   card   of   the   contemporary   cinema   is   the   physical   image   it   presents.   Going   to the   movies   has   become   more   than   a   150-minute   long   flood   of   images…   Moviegoers want   to   be   immersed   in   a   different   world   before   and   after   the   film   as   well.   The   public   is satisfied only when the total experience is unforgettable. Now,   standards   of   domestic   comfort   and   home   entertainment   provide   tough   challenges for cinema exhibitors. For cinema, the features that are given prominence in marketing plans include: Total   view   seating   –   an   unobstructed   view   is   the   ideal.   A   stepped   (stadium)   seating arrangement is preferred to a sloping (raked) auditorium High   quality   seating   –   seat   design   has   undergone   extensive   changes   in   recent years    and    may    feature:    high    backs,    non-tipping    squabs    (hinges),    adjustable armrests,   double   or   'love'   seats,   generous   leg   room,   multi   sensory   seats   (seats   that vibrate and move to the action on the screen), and a side table or holder for drinks Access – a high standard of disability access is required Large   screen   –   wall-to-wall   screens   are   increasingly   common,   this   directly   affects the position of front row seating and emergency exits Black box interiors – a controversial approach to auditoria interiors but the general concept of minimum distraction is generally accepted Air conditioning – or at least a good quality cooling system Projection   –   in-focus   and   flicker   free   projection   complemented   by   multi-channel sound, usually based around a digital process such as Dolby Digital or DTS A superb acoustic condition for latest sound system and their effects Sound   technology   has   advanced   rapidly   over   the   last   decade   and   the   sound   levels now   attainable   are   very   high.   Because   of   this,   building-born   sound   needs   to   be taken   into   account   and   auditoria   need   to   be   isolated   effectively   from   the   outside environment   to   prevent   sound   leakage.   Almost   all   new   releases   have   9   channels   of digital audio information KASUGA ENTERPRISES-Cinema Multiplex Design Consultant in Mumbai India, Ravi Rele