During the reconstruction of the large hall, the projection equipment with a xenon lamp was replaced with a digital projector with a laser light source. 3D sound is provided by Dolby Atmos technology. It is the first cinema audio system in which sounds can be precisely positioned and moved in space, including overhead. Dolby Atmos brings on-screen action to life with surprisingly powerful, rich sound for a truly immersive experience. Ceiling speakers make the special effects even more tangible, while additional elements to the side, front and rear add volume to the sound and allow it to move more naturally around the room.
Each seat in the hall is optimized for the visitor. Systems of audio commentary and subtitling have been installed, which reproduce information specially intended for viewers with various visual and hearing impairments, the Dudinka administration press office reports. The latest technologies used make it possible not only to watch events on the screen, but to feel like a part of them, to create a sense of reality in the viewer.
The design and reconstruction were carried out by certified specialists in cooperation with the staff of the Arctic center. The project was implemented thanks to the financial support of the Nornickel company. Earlier, the lighting equipment was modernized in the leisure center.
Text: Ekaterina Maximova, Photo: gorod-dudinka.ru