Black and White speaking films from Deaf films and then Color films from Black and White films. Then came the Dolby Sound technology, and then multiplexes did many new experiments in theaters. Over time, cinema has changed itself to a great extent in terms of screening of films. Currently, the most advanced technology that Indian cinema is using for screening is iMAX. So let’s know what the problem is IMAX?
I-Max has been invented by the Canadian company IMAX Corporation. A major advantage of this technique is that it can record and display more high resolution and larger scenes. The screen of i-Max is many times larger than the screen of normal cinemas. Hindi cinema first used this technique in the performance of Yash Raj Films’ multistarrer film Dhoom-3.
Any film on IMAX will look better than ordinary cinemas in many ways. The secret of IMAX is DMR i.e. digital re-mastering. It has been invested by IMAX Corporation. IMAX spends several months at locations and spends time with the director and technical team with DMR facilities in the editing room to do as much work as possible on shots, counting remixes, saturation, brightness and various details To be introduced to a wonderful experience in theaters.
Christopher Nolan’s film Interstellar, released in 2014, is seen as one of the most memorable experiences in the history of IMAX, as the film featured stories of some planets with the help of Wormhole millions of years away from Earth. Apart from this film, Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight and Dunkirk also IMAX have also been released. IMAX is well-liked by many visionary directors such as Christopher Nolan because it provides the best cinematic experience.