In today’s multiscreen, multi-platform world, IBC reflects every way of consuming content. Despite television on the go and video on demand, if you want the wow factor it has to be a big screen.
That is why each year IBC builds the biggest of big screens, in the RAI Auditorium. This very comfortable theatre, with seating for over 1000, is kitted out by IBC with the absolute cutting edge in projection technology.
A range of projectors are installed, including the latest in laser projection for 2D and 3D. Alongside that, a powerful and immersive surround sound system completes the experience.
The IBC Big Screen Experience is then host to conference sessions relevant to the digital cinema and big screen industries. It is also the venue for panels and presentations, and never-before-seen demonstrations, many of which are free to all IBC visitors.
For 2015 these sessions will delve deeper into the topics which are shaping the future, with the benefit of being able to demonstrate the issues as well as debate them, for example high dynamic range systems. The technology can be seen in action, alongside the practical considerations for delivery and revenues, including the need for new standards.
Last, but definitely not least, IBC is pleased to present two movie screenings which have driven the technology forward as well as capturing audience acclaim. Thanks to the generous support of 20th Century Fox, you can come along to see Fantastic Four at 18:30 tomorrow night, Saturday 12 September.
On Monday, thanks to Christie, Dolby Labs, Harkness Screens, QSC & Disney Pixar; you can also experience Inside Out in near-Rec.2020 extended colour gamut on Monday at 18:30. Both movies are free to all IBC visitors and are always incredibly popular.
For more information visit www.ibc.org/Bigscreen