I love going to the movies. I love the smell of the popcorn, looking at the movie posters in the lobby and watching the coming attractions before the feature presentation lights up the silver screen. Now you can experience movies like never before, with lasers!

IMAX with Laser: IMAX's most advanced theater experience in new to Regal Crossgates 18 at Crossgates Mall in Albany.

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When I was 8 years old my mom took me to see a movie called "Earthquake" starring Charlton Heston. Big names aside the real attraction for this 1974 film was that it was the first to use Sensurround, a seat-shaking surround sound experience.

IMAX with Laser is the latest advancement in the movie theatre experience with groundbreaking 4K laser projection system and multi-channel audio system that delivers a superior entertainment experience exclusively to IMAX screens.

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The new experience features next generation IMAX precision sound and multi-channel sound technology, delivering greater dynamic range and precision for the ultimate in audio immersion.

  • Crystal Clear IMAX Laser Projection: Increased resolution, sharper and brighter images, deeper contrasts, as well as the widest range of colors available to filmmakers to deliver the most life-like visuals for moviegoers.
  • Next Generation IMAX Precision Sound: Patented sound technology delivers striking clarity and depth alongside perfected tuned sound and evenly distributed audio throughout the theatre.
  • IMAX Immersion by Design: Custom-designed theatres with stadium seating for clear vantage points at every seat.

According to a press release, you can now experience IMAX with Laser for yourself at Regal Crossgates in Albany. Check HERE for showtimes.

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