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D-BOX Technologies
D-BOX Technologies Inc.
FoundedJune 19, 1998; 22 years ago (June 19, 1998)

D-BOX Technologies Inc. designs, manufactures, and commercializes motion systems for the entertainment, and simulation and training markets worldwide. It produces motion effects programmed for visual content, which are sent to a motion system integrated either within a platform, a seat, or various types of equipment. The company offers D-BOX motion systems and motion codes for entertainment and simulation; D-BOX HEMC, a home entertainment motion controller; and motion system hardware and software for gaming and themed entertainment. It also provides motion systems for heavy equipment and crane, defense, automotive, flight, and racing simulation. The company serves the home entertainment markets, including home theatre and gaming, as well as for themed entertainment markets comprising arcades, virtual reality, amusement parks, museums, and planetariums; and for manufacturers of armchairs, original equipment manufacturers, and integrators. D-BOX Technologies Inc. is headquartered in Longueuil, Canada.

Products and services

D-BOX opened its first full auditorium with Maya Cinemas in North Las Vegas in January 2019.

Movie theatre

D-BOX motion systems is present in more than 700 screens throughout 41 countries. The first feature film to have been encoded with D-BOX was Fast & Furious released on April 3, 2009 at the TCL Chinese Theatre, on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles.[2] As of today, over 1,800 titles are coded in D-BOX.

Commercial Entertainment

D-BOX is involved in various commercial entertainment industry media, such as: Virtual Reality, Theme Park, Simulation and Training, SimRacing and gaming.

A D-BOX kiosk.

Home Entertainment

D-BOX Technologies first introduced its motion generating systems in 2001 to the home theater and PC gaming markets. The D-BOX system can be integrated within many different seats. For existing seating, motion can be added with the help of a D-BOX Motion Platform. As of 2013, the system supports a library of over 1,000 movies from Fox and Universal.[3]


D-BOX is collaborating with many film Exhibitors around the world like :

AMC Europa-Park Cineplexx
Cinemark International Falcon Club Cobb
Cinemark US Filmtheater Winterberg Kinopolis
Cineplex Galaxy Theatres Ster-Kinekor
Cineworld Golden Screen TCL Chinese Theatre
Gaumont-Pathé Goodrich Theatres Carrefour du Nord St-Jérôme
Odeon(Cinesa) Hoyts Cinelux
Aeon Cinema Kinomax Cinéma Beloeil
Alpen Filmtheater Fussen Loeks Theaters Celebration CinemaCity International
Ambassador Theatres Megaplex Cinéma Saint-Hyacinthe
Barguzin Maya Cinemas Cinéma St-Eustache
Bona Malaysia Multiplex Cinemax Slovakia
Cinecitta Premiere Theatres Cinemaxx
Cinema Star Regency Theatres Dipson Theatres
Cinema Star Armenia Santikos Theatres Eccoplexx
Cinema West Traumpalast Frank Theatres
Cineworld Lünen Trondheim Les Cinémas RGFM
City Stars Cinema VUE Cinemas Dplace Entertainment
Emagine Entertainment Cineplex DE Zurich Cinemas
Empire PVR Cinemas[5]


D-BOX is currently working with movie studios such as :


  1. ^ "Company Profile. A multi-sensory revolution. A leading-edge technology. The possibilities are endless..." d-box.com. Archived from the original on January 19, 2015. Retrieved 2015.
  2. ^ The top tech news and technology headlines - Yahoo! News
  3. ^ D-Box (2013). D-Box Movies At Home. Retrieved from http://www.d-box.com/en/consumer/home_movies Archived 2013-03-04 at the Wayback Machine.
  4. ^ D-BOX. "D-BOX | Find a Theatre". D-BOX. Retrieved .
  5. ^ https://www.televisionpost.com/yash-raj-films-to-integrate-d-box-technologies-motion-tech-into-hrithik-roshan-starre-war/
  6. ^ "Movie Theatres". D-BOX. Retrieved .
  7. ^ https://www.televisionpost.com/yash-raj-films-to-integrate-d-box-technologies-motion-tech-into-hrithik-roshan-starre-war/

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