Imax refers to a camera and projection systems developed for the largest film frame present in the motion picture industry. The individual frames are exposed, or projected, through an horizontal aperture and allow film sizes three times larger than 35mm frames. With the addition of a fish-eye lens to the projector these images can be projected on a dome shaped screen.
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