IMAGINE WALKING into a movie theater and
suddenly finding yourself in the middle of a
startlingly real battlefield. Guns roar on all sides.
Tanks thunder along ahead of you. On each side of
you, soldiers creep through mud. A machine gun
crackles behind you. In the corner of your eye you
catch a glimpse of action and turn to see a hand-to-hand encounter so close to your left side you'd
swear you could reach out your hands and touch the combatants.
the experience some movie-goers will have this fall.
The biggest revolution in motion pictures since the
advent of sound will emerge from a laboratory on
Long Island, N. Y., where it has been under
development for several years. Already two
theaters-one in New York, another in London-are
equipped for public showings. Equipment for two
more is all set for installation. Production films are
ready to start rolling. Its developers hope that
eventually it will become the movie makers' answer