New Delhi, Aug 19: The Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport here has become the first airport in India to have a 6D cinema.
“We have introduced many innovative concepts to ensure passenger comfort, convenience and entertainment. The 6D theatre is another step in that direction,” said I. Prabhakara Rao, chief executive, Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), the company which manages airport operations.
The new cinema hall, which has been launched by Paramount Technologies under the brand name iRido 6D, is first of its kind theatre to be set up at any airport in the country.
According to the company, iRido 6D cinema is the only multi-dimensional theatre which uses a unique and patented simulation technology from South Korea, that allows the viewer to feel, move and get involved with the movie action.
The newest electronic technology also allows for six degrees of seat movements and 21 special effects that simulate experiences like water spray, air blast, bubbles, rain, smoke, fire, fog, snow, leg ticklers and pokers.
The show duration of 6D cinema which is located at the domestic departure terminal 1D is for 15 minutes and the ticket price is Rs.250 plus 15 percent of entertainment taxes.