Tremor FX Increases Ticket Sales for Caribbean Cinemas in Santo Domingo

on September 11, 2013
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SALT LAKE CITY (September 11, 2013)--RedSeat Entertainment today announced that Caribbean Cinemas has recognized increased ticket sales revenue due to the popularity of the company's Tremor FX theater seats. Caribbean Cinemas reported that Tremor FX seats were consistently occupied twice as often as regular seats, enabling the company to make its return on investment in almost half the anticipated time.

Tremor FX theater seat technology incorporates dynamic vibration into movies and other entertainment, by vibrating and pulsating in response to a film's individual soundtrack through a series of actuators built within each seat. By using a patent-pending audio processor, these vibrations are synchronized with the action in the film without the need for additional technical programing, adding an extra layer of engagement for moviegoers without disrupting other chairs in the theater.

"Investing in the Tremor FX seats has been an excellent addition to Caribbean Cinemas, and our customers love the seats because the motion enhances the cinematic experience without distracting from what is happening on the screen," said Gregory Quinn, vice president of Caribbean Cinemas. "Our customers have been so excited about the chairs that they are willing to pay a premium for a Tremor FX ticket, putting us on pace to quickly repay our original investment in the chairs."

Tremor FX chairs are the same size as standard theater chairs, simplifying and streamlining the theater conversion process, and a modular design allows for easy upgrades and repairs to individual seats. The control box for an entire theater of seats takes up minimal space in the projection room and is smaller than a desktop computer tower. RedSeat teamed up with Seating Concepts to build and distribute the Tremor FX seats.

"We are thrilled Tremor FX technology provided Caribbean Cinemas with a way to not only increase ticket revenue and create a fully immersive cinematic experience for its customers, but also to offer an excellent return on investment," said Joseph Sorenson, CEO of RedSeat Entertainment. "At a 1:1 seat installment ratio, our enhanced cinematic chair solution requires less prime theater space at a lower cost, with no lag time between when new films are released and when they can be viewed in our Tremor FX seats. Tremor FX has the potential to transform the theater industry by making moviegoers feel as if they are actually part of what they are watching, while providing a dynamic seating option for movie theaters nationally and internationally."

The seats are easy to integrate with any theater configuration with a low voltage wire and a communication cable. Additionally, Tremor FX technology responds directly to the audio signals embedded in the film's existing soundtrack, eliminating the need for a separate track to program the chair to react appropriately to each new film.

Availability
Theater seating with Tremor FX technology is available immediately. For more information about the technology, visit www.tremorfx.com. For more information about pricing and to purchase seating, contact Seating Concepts at sales@seatingconcepts.com.

Online Press Room
For more information and to download images of the Tremor FX seats, visit the online press kit at http://www.tremorfx.com/presskit.

About RedSeat Entertainment
A wholly owned subsidiary of Endeavor Capital, Red Seat Entertainment has developed the Tremor FX technology, which consists of proprietary, patent-pending technology that will transform the entertainment experience in movie theaters, concerts and gaming alike. Red Seat Entertainment has teamed up with Seating Concepts to build chairs that give participants an immersive experience with their entertainment. For additional information, visit www.tremorfx.com.

Press Contacts

Jacob Moon
RedSeat Entertainment Public Relations
801-461-9797
jacob@methodcommunications.com

Elise Chambers
RedSeat Entertainment Public Relations
801.461.9776
elise@methodcommunications.com

 

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