D-Box opens first motion-coding studio in Beijing
Two feature films will employ immersive motion technology.
LONGUEUIL, Que. — D-Box Technologies Inc. has opened its first motion-coding studio in Beijing, China, which the creator of motion systems for entertainment says will provide a new experience for the viewers of Chinese feature-length films.
Two films will apply the immersive technology. The first – My War – pays tribute to Chinese volunteer soldiers during the 1950s Korean War. The second film is Mission Milano, an action comedy movie directed by Wong Jing, which will premiere on Oct. 1.
D-BOX, based in Montreal, also owns and operates studios in Burbank, Calif.