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The new Fast & Furious, not to be confused with the old Fast & Furious, is all set to become the first major theatrical release with D-BOX baked in. And as TheHDRoom points out, these movies were just born to be felt as well as watched. When reviewing the trilogy on Blu-ray, they found thes...

March 26th 2009 at 11:02am 0 Comments
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The major news outlets seem to think there's some sort of "recession" going on, but those with cash are still spending like it's 1999. D-BOX, the outfit famous for its rumbling theater seats and corresponding Motion Code system, has just reported its best ever quarter in terms of sales, notching re...

February 25th 2009 at 2:49pm 0 Comments
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First it was home theaters, and then came the rumors of actual theaters. Now, D-BOX is officially getting into bed with video games, though we can't say for certain how well it'll be received. For those in the dark, D-BOX's Motion Code system enables specialized chairs to rumble and bumble along wit...

November 14th 2008 at 2:07am 0 Comments
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Chalk this one up as a rumor for now, but CTV has it that those pricey D-BOX chairs you've been ignoring (due to cost, obviously) could wind up underneath your tush, regardless. According to the report, unspecified theater chain owners are contemplating the addition of the motion-simulation chairs a...

October 16th 2008 at 10:35pm 0 Comments
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Considering the prohibitively high costs associated with D-BOX's admittedly intriguing Motion Code system, it's no real shock that we haven't heard much about the product since 2006. Fast forward a year and change, and The Man Room's Dan Bradley was able to sit down with the firm's Marketing Direct...

April 22nd 2008 at 1:59am 0 Comments
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Fox is utilize some of that extra space on a Blu-ray disc with codex's for D-Box motion-sensing furniture. In case you aren't familiar with the 'theme park in your home' chairs, D-Box seats synchronizes the on-screen motion with the the seat. (think the Back to the Future Ride) Their systems start a...

October 3rd 2006 at 1:44pm 0 Comments