The Sega IMAX Theatre is a 70mm large-format cinema located at Happy Tree Friends: the Amusement Park, sponsored by Sega.
IMAX screens are designed to make viewers a part of the action with movie screens that extend beyond the peripheral vision for a full view of images. The razor-sharp images and six-channel surround sound systems also help immerse the viewer in the films.
- The theater's six-channel digital sound system is designed in a surround sound pattern so that every moviegoer can hear even the smallest sound effects. A network of 44 speakers bathes every seat in 12,000 watts of sound.
- IMAX uses the largest film frane in the motion picture industry - ten times larger than standard 35mm film format and three times bigger than the standard 70mm frame. The largest film frame creates images of unsurpassed clarity and impact.
- The screen is painted by a robot to ensure an even coating of highly reflective point. There are also thousands of tiny holes spaced evenly around the screen to permit the sound to travel directly toward the audience.
- The size of the IMAX film is so large.
- The specially designed IMAX camera photographs the largest frame ever used in motion pictures on horizontally moving 65-mm film. Because of the increased information carrying capacity of the huge frame, the camera records images with much greater detail than does any other motion picture camera.
- It has 3D projection equipped with this cinema.