Japanese cinema chain Korona World has announced that it will be opening its first full-body, immersive “4D” movie theater in Nagoya on the 26th of this month.
The theater is said to be equipped with 4DX technology, a system developed in South Korea that adds motion, humidity, aromas, strobes, bubbles and other effects to the standard audio and video experience.
The chairs can be programmed to move in tandem with the motion on the screen, and the range of motion may be surprising to movie goers. In addition, there are moving parts positioned under the tush and behind the back to deliver jolts during action scenes, allowing the customer to feel like they are a part of the movie.
A panel in front of the seats has a fan for wind effects, a mister for water, lights for strobe effects and a system that can emit around 1,000 unique scents. There…
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