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China's Poly circuit commits to 100 RealD screens

March 20, 2012

Poly Film Investment Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of the China Poly Group Corporation, will install RealD 3D technology on 100 screens across the Poly cinema circuit in China.

RealD technology is currently available on approximately 550 cinema screens in China, with overall future screen commitments totaling approximately 1,400 screens in the territory.

Liu Debin, general manager of Poly Film Investment, estimated that more than 50 percent of the circuit’s screens will be equipped with RealD 3D in the future.

RealD technology is installed in over 19,700 screens by nearly 900 exhibitors in approximately 68 countries around the world.


China's Poly circuit commits to 100 RealD screens

March 20, 2012

Poly Film Investment Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of the China Poly Group Corporation, will install RealD 3D technology on 100 screens across the Poly cinema circuit in China.

RealD technology is currently available on approximately 550 cinema screens in China, with overall future screen commitments totaling approximately 1,400 screens in the territory.

Liu Debin, general manager of Poly Film Investment, estimated that more than 50 percent of the circuit’s screens will be equipped with RealD 3D in the future.

RealD technology is installed in over 19,700 screens by nearly 900 exhibitors in approximately 68 countries around the world.

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