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TOPEKA, KS—Oct 18, 2005

QuVIS Does Chicken Little Right in Mexico

Company's Servers To Be Used For Dual-Stream, Single-Server 3D Theatrical Release Of Chicken Little in Mexico City and Monterrey
Some lucky movie goers in Mexico will get a glimpse of what 3D Digital Cinema is really about when they take their families to see Chicken Little next month. Numerous theaters will be showing the Buena Vista release using the QuVIS Cinema Player. The QuVIS server, which is DCI-compliant for JPEG 2000 with an upgrade path to 4K, is the only wavelet-based product on the market that can show 3D content by generating dual streams from a single server.

"We knew the name and saw the obvious value of using a long-standing Digital Cinema Server manufacturer. The value is in the Quality Visual Information Systems (QuVIS)," Joe Delgado, Moving Image Technologies (MIT), said. "The QuVIS Cinema Player is the only practical, price effective solution to address Digital Cinema 3D and still maintain an one of the only upgrade paths to DCI-compliant Digital Cinema solution that is ready today."

MIT will be the integrator on this project and is looking to prepare these theatres for the upcoming "Chicken Little" release November 4. The Cinépolis Plaza Universidad and Cinémex Mundo both in Mexico City, MM Cinemas Humberto Lobos Theatre in Monterrey, and a fourth to be determined later are all slotted to receive the QuVIS Cinema Player 3D.

QuVIS has been involved in numerous high profile demonstrations and seminars of 3D Digital Cinema and is known as the expert in the field. The QuVIS Cinema Player was selected as the playout device for the Mexico release due to its capability of sending frame-accurate synchronous playback via dual-link HD-SDI.

"QuVIS has always been devoted to pushing the Digital Cinema industry to the next level, 3D is no exception," Larry Jacobson, President of Digital Cinema, QuVIS, said. "Having the only solution on the market that can address all their Digital Cinema needs at once, is a unique opportunity. 3D, JPEG2000, and Show Management Systems; take your pick of what you want to focus on and we are ready today."

QuVIS servers enable the real-time recording of two separate source images to be then stored as a single synchronous file on a single server eliminating the concerns of losing sync in playback and destroying the 3D effect. There are three primary QuVIS servers enabling this type of experience: the 3D mastering and playback QuVIS Acuity, the DCI JPEG2000 and 3D-enabled QuVIS Cinema Player 3D, and the QuVIS Ovation 3D for other large screen venues.

With such notable figures as Lucas, Cameron, Robert Rodriquez, Peter Jackson and many others, in support of this newest push in Digital Cinema, QuVIS is prepared to bring this evolution of cinema to the masses. "We have been involved in Digital Cinema since its onset, and remained the most-trusted and innovative solution. To do that, you always have to be ready for what the public wants next," James Graham, VP of Sales and Marketing, QuVIS, said. "As a manufacturer, we are ready for 3D, but I don't think the public could ever be prepared for how amazing this imagery really is."

About QuVIS, Inc.: Quvis Technologies Inc. is a provider of digital cinema software and service. Quvis offers filmmakers, post-production houses and exhibitors a fast, reliable and attractively priced alternative for creating, archiving and distributing studio quality DCPs. For nearly two decades Quvis Technologies, Inc, a Seacoast Capital Partners company, has invented technology to move vast amounts of data in real time with extraordinary visual representation quality. Quvis' patented Quality Priority Encoding (QPE) enables ultra high quality image storage in an efficient format, without risking the distortion that often accompanies compression techniques. Quvis products have been trusted by more than 2,000 customers for digital mastering and cinema playback including Pixar, Universal, Paramount, Sony/Columbia Pictures, Fox, Miramax, Lucas Films, Warner Brothers, Light Storm, and DreamWorks. QuVIS, Inc. Directory page
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