D3D cinema announced that the Denver Museum of Nature and Science will upgrade and replace its existing IMAX Digital system with a 4K laser-lit 3D projection system designed and integrated by D3D. The new projection and sound systems will serve as the cornerstone of a generational upgrade to the Phipps Auditorium’s giant screen theater, which will also include a renovation of the theater’s seating and other public areas.
“We are thrilled to reopen our theater and welcome the community back with a new projection system and new programming this fall,” said George Sparks, president and CEO of the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. “We are thrilled with all the ways this new system allows us to bring the world to Denver and showcase the wonder and beauty of our natural world on the giant screen. We are grateful to the D3D Cinema team for helping to ensure a smooth transition.
“Our team is honored by the trust placed in us by the Denver Museum of Nature & Science to design, integrate and support this important reimagining of their giant screen theater,” said Derek Threinen, vice president of business development for D3D. “The versatility this new system offers the museum programming team will open up new worlds of discovery for the next generation of Coloradans – and the incredibly immersive visual and auditory impact of the new technology deployed here will ensure these explorations are memorable. .”
D3D will integrate barcoLatest high efficiency 40,000 lumens laser projectors with premium QSC surround sound system, MDI high gain projection screen, Crestron based alternative content suite and enhanced accessibility package. The newly renovated theater is expected to open to the public in fall 2022.