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RealD Inks 3D Screen Agreement With China’s Womei Theaters

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RealD , a global licensor of 3D technologies, and China’s Womei Theater Chain have inked an agreement to equip 100 screens across the Womei Theater Chain in China with RealD 3D technology. RealD 3D installations across the Womei Theater Chain have already begun and are expected to continue over two years.

Womei Theater Chain currently operates 4 cinema locations with 33 auditoriums across China, including a cinema of 8 screens expected to be opened in Chongqing by the end of October. In the next five years, the company plans to open a total of 200 cinemas totaling 1000 screens.

RealD 3D is currently available on approximately 850 cinema screens in China with future commitments for more than 1,200 additional installations for a total of more than 2,000 screens committed.

[Image Courtesy: RealD]

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