DBOX Shakes Up The World Of Entertainment

Posted Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010 01:33 pm GMT -4 by

There’s a new technology out on the market that’s aiming to give entertainment lovers the most enthralling and gripping experience possible. It’s called DBOX, and it’s a revolutionary concept by DBOX Technologies.

A new generation of chairs are available that are changing the way we view TV shows, movies and games. You might be wondering right now what could possibly be new and exciting about a chair. Well, this isn’t any ordinary chair. This seat synchronizes its motion to match what’s happening on screen so you can personally experience the action.

DBOX uses a patented high technology called DBOX Motion Code to allow you to actually feel the action. It utilizes motion effects that are preprogrammed with each supported film so it knows exactly how to react with each scene. Some supported titles are Inception, Back to the Future, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows, Iron Man 2, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Alien, Resident Evil: Afterlife and Predators with many more to come. A unique type of simulator, it’s not restricted to just movie theaters. DBOX Technologies manufacturers chairs for home and gaming use as well.

Imagine sitting in front of your favorite combat game and as you fire off your machine gun you can actually feel your chair shaking! DBOX opens up a whole new world of possibilities for movie watchers and gamers alike.

DBOX allows you to more fully integrate into whatever media you happen to be enjoying at that present time. Look for it at www.d-box.com where you can find purchasing information and more.

  • Added to my last minute Christmas list :)

  • Beibers

    way to go Christine! i think we’ll start seeing more of these things as people look for a different way to enjoy movies and games.

  • crow

    I want one :)

  • Anonymous

    I asked Santa for 10 of them. I told him I’ve been a very good girl; we’ll see if he falls for it.

    B ~ Thanks, my friend! It’s really a great idea. I love how far simulators have come.

    • Sorry, Santa just stopped by here early and I managed to convince him to leave your 10 here with me, he said they were weighing down the sleigh a bit too much anyhow..

      • Bummer! I needed those for the new home theater room I wanted to create. Figured I’d convert my bedroom into a mini cinema. Who needs to sleep anyway?

  • Spanwite

    For this Christmas it’s too late, I made a Note for 2011, this Chair at home plus 3D. the ultimate experience. Like someone punch you in the face; driving; boat; oh wait one more thing need to be added; smell; like Gun powder; smoking tires and such. Cool!

  • Mean_cat

    Nice job – you have my address, so feel free to send me one!

  • Anonymous

    I’m afraid that if I buy one, I may never stand up again.