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October 22, 2009
D-BOX Technologies Introduces Motion Technology At A First Theater Location In Quebec

"Cinéma Beloeil" will become the first theater in Quebec and the second in Canada to feature the innovative motion-enhanced experience
   

D-BOX Technologies Inc. (DBO.A on the TSX Venture Exchange), a leader in innovative motion technology for the entertainment industry announced today the conclusion of an agreement with "Cinéma Beloeil" , located in the suburbs of Montreal by which 26 motion-enhanced seats will be installed.

Each movie is encoded frame by frame, using the proprietary D-BOX Motion Code(TM) technology which produces customized movements in perfect sync with the onscreen action offering moviegoers an unmatched, realistic immersive experience.

Since its World Première last April in Hollywood, D-BOX continues to progress rapidly, having now equipped seven movie theaters in the United-States and Canada. "Cinéma Beloeil" is the first theater in Quebec to integrate D-BOX motion systems.

"We are excessively proud to announce a first theater in Quebec as we have experienced rapid growth in the movie theater segment over the last few months. This new theater is an excellent addition to our existing network, at last allowing moviegoers in Quebec to experiment this innovative technology." stated Claude Mc Master, President and Chief Executive Officer of D-BOX Technologies.

"In line with our vision to always be at the forefront of new technologies, as we are already offering our moviegoers digital and 3D presentations, it is with tremendous pleasure that we are adding the extraordinary D-BOX experience, " added Mr. Jean Colbert, President of "Cinéma Beloeil"

In addition to "Cinéma Beloeil", D-BOX motion systems are presently available at seven theatres throughout the U.S. and Canada, including Cineplex Odeon Queensway Theatre in Etobicoke, Ontario; Mann Chinese 6 Theatre in Los Angeles, California; Theatres at Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota.; Galaxy at the Cannery in Las Vegas, Nevada.; Galaxy Highland Theatre in Austin, Texas.; UltraStar Cinemas in Surprise, Arizona.; and UltraStar Apple Valley in San Bernardino, California. For additional information and theatre details visit www.d-box.com







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