What is showing at the BC Museum?
Aliens Among Us.
What’s the meaning of IMAX?
/ (ˈaɪmæks) / noun. trademark a process of film projection using a giant screen on which an image approximately ten times larger than standard is projected.
Is IMAX a Canadian company?
IMAX is a Canadian corporation that is based in Mississauga, Ontario. The company was founded in 1967 when three filmmakers—Graeme Ferguson, Roman Kroitor and Robert Kerr—incorporated IMAX Corporation.
What’s so special about IMAX?
Custom, reflective screens are extra bright. Unparalleled brightness and brilliant clarity. Clarity, detail and size make IMAX more than a movie. Our remastering — or DMR — process fully transforms every frame of a film to produce the best possible version of a filmmaker’s vision.
Why visit the Royal BC Museum with IMAX?
IMAX ® Victoria is proud to call the Royal BC Museum home. Make the most of your visit by combining the Royal BC Museum with an IMAX movie. The Royal BC Museum and IMAX Victoria work in tandem to deliver an educational and entertaining experience sure to inspire. The movies programmed at the IMAX Theatre often support the feature exhibition.
What’s new at IMAX Victoria?
Home of the largest IMAX screen in British Columbia, measuring 61’ high x 85’ wide (18.59m x 25.9m), IMAX Victoria in the Royal BC Museum is now home to one of only thirty-five IMAX 4K Laser Projections Systems in the World. IMAX Laser is the newest technology, representing a quantum leap forward in projection technology.
What is the largest IMAX screen in BC?
The largest IMAX screen in British Columbia measuring 61’H x 85’W (18.59m x 25.9m) combined with crystal clear images and wraparound digital surround sound, offers you an incredible immersive cinematic experience through the power of IMAX with Laser. Victoria IMAX lets you feel like you’re really there!
Can I use IMAX® films in my classroom?
Many IMAX® films are supported by an Educator Guide, giving you additional tools to enhance learning, facilitate themed activities and expand on film topics in your classroom. When you cannot come to the theatre, educational and inspiring documentary films come to you!