According to foreign media reports, the Traumpalast multi-hall theater with the world’s largest IMAX screen will open on September 30 in Leonberg, Germany. It is reported that the width of its IMAX silver screen is 38.16 meters, compared with the standard IMAX screen width. Only 22 meters. In addition, Traumpalast’s IMAX screen is 21.03 meters high and weighs 227 kg, both of which also broke the original record.
Due to its size and weight, the builders had to use a CNC robotic arm to paint the projection paint on the screen. This 574-seat cinema is also equipped with IMAX with a laser digital projection system and an enhanced 12-channel audio system with dynamic range.
It is reported that the first movie released in theaters will be the spy film “007: No Time to Die” starring Daniel Craig. This movie will be the first film in the 007 series to be shot with a 15/70mm film IMAX camera.