Do they release IMAX features on DVD?

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  1. JazzHound

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    I know it somewhat defeats the theme of IMAX features, but I'm really fond of some of the releases. The new Space Station feature is of particular interest. It's also narrated by Tom Cruise :o I haven't had a chance to see it in IMAX form yet, not sure it's released but will definitely chart it down on the calender.

    Also are IMAX "for the home" equipment sold to the public? At affordable prices of coarse.
     
  2. Yes, there are IMAX features on DVD. I saw two IMAX DVD's, called, "Mount St. Helens" and "Antarctica"

    Blazing scenery :bigthumb:

    IMAX equipment for home use? :dunno: about that, sorry.
     
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    yeah my bro gots himself a couple IMAX DVDs don't know about getting your own equipment though. I always just assumed it was a video that was split into section and put through different projectors so it was so big it was like you were there. :dunno:
     
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    Netflix has a few.
     
  6. Chewy

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    :wavey: I get free tickets to the IMAX!

    (Is there more than one?)
     
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    Re: Re: Do they release IMAX features on DVD?

    yeah yo there is more than one......not alot but most major cities have on in them, orlando,FL,Chicago, IL, blah,blah,blah.....most I have seen were at museums of science and Industry and stuff like that.
     

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