Ocine Premium opens in Siete Palmas

The rooms are equipped with Screen X immersive technology. / COVER AUDIOVISUAL SERVICES

The new facility in the capital of Gran Canaria includes Screen X immersive technology in its nine movie theaters

CANARY ISLANDS7 The Gran Canarian palms

The lights get off. Spectators, feet up, adjust the tilt of their seats. The murmur stops when the projector floods the screen with life through a laser beam. Something change. Suddenly the scene multiplies by three and expands horizontally to invade the side walls and achieve an extreme viewing angle.
Sound spills from all points in the room, including the ceiling. The immersion of the spectator is total thanks to the technology of
270 degrees, a new way to enjoy the cinematographic experience from innovation and comfort and a catharsis for the senses with name and surname:
Ocine Premium 7 Palmas.

Gran Canaria has the most advanced cinema in Spain from the point of view of technology and comfort. "No other space in the Canary Islands or Spain brings together in the same complex the technological elements offered by Ocine Premium 7 Palmas," he explained this Tuesday
Gabriel TellezGeneral Director of Development, Expansion and Legal at OCINE, at the opening ceremony that took place at the
7 Palmas Shopping and Leisure Center.

Moment in which the access tape was cut during the official inauguration on Tuesday. /

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The inauguration was attended by prominent authorities of politics and society on the Island. Among them,
Javier Doreste, First Deputy Mayor of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria; the councilor
Immaculate Medina, also from the city hall; Y
Raul Garcia Brink, coordinator of Economic Development, Energy and R+D+i of the Cabildo de Gran Canaria. The film exhibition company was represented by its CEO,
Joan Agusti, third generation at the head of a company that was born in Catalonia in 1943. On behalf of the 7 Palmas Shopping and Leisure Center was its manager,
Hannibal Diaz.

A great opportunity"

"This is an opportunity for the public to return to the cinema with a state-of-the-art proposal," said Javier Doreste before adding: "After the pandemic, it is important that people regain their spaces in society. T
we have to recover the street and the cinema like when we were little and we played the movie we had seen before. For this reason, we must thank Ocine, and the Agustí family, the
determined bet what they have done in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria».

A moment of the presentation of the facilities. /

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The facilities have a total of
1,329 locations, with reclining seats, spread over nine rooms, before accessing the room with the technology
Screen X.

Ocine 7 Palmas has "state-of-the-art" laser projectors and incorporates in four of its rooms the
Dolby Atmos soundwhich has a system of
64 channels that get the sound to be transmitted in
all directionseven from the ceiling, so that it is "similar to real life" and achieve an "emotional connection" with the viewer, as explained by specialist Lorenzo García, from Kelonic Supplies.

Access to one of the renovated rooms of the Ocine, in Siete Palmas. /

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