In much the same way that video game controllers shake and vibrate when you get blown up, these movie theater seats react to scenes in movies. D-BOX Motion Code technology is the fancy name for motion-activated seats. It allows movies to encode scenes with information that result in the viewer ‘moving’ along with the movie.
With only four theaters in the U.S. equipped with D-BOX Motion Code, though, I’m not sure why a filmmaker would waste their time with it.
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