D-BOX Technologies Inc.

D-BOX Technologies Inc.

September 13, 2010 23:00 ET

D-BOX Technologies Signs Second Agreement with Japan Theatre Giant, Warner Mycal Corporation

Greater Tokyo Area Movie Theatre to Debut Motion Technology in Time for Holiday Movie Season

LONGUEUIL, QC, Sept. 14 - D-BOX Technologies Inc. (DBO.A on the TSX Venture Exchange), a leader in innovative motion technology, announced today a second agreement with Warner Mycal Corporation, one of the largest operators of commercial theatres in Japan, to equip its Warner Mycal Kohoku theatre in the Tokyo metropolitan area, with 18 D-BOX MFX Seats in time for the Holidays. This transaction marks the second sale of D-BOX MFX Seats in Japan and will generate as well, licensing fees payable to D-BOX in accordance to the systems' utilization. WMC Kohoku Newtown will represent the 31st movie theatre in the world to feature D-BOX's completely immersive movie viewing experience.

"This new agreement with Warner Mycal in less than six months serves as a true testimony to our newly developed international business model," said President and CEO of D-BOX Technologies, Claude Mc Master. "Its proven success is leading us towards a long-standing partnership with Warner Mycal. Asia has an extraordinarily tech-savvy culture and we look forward to expand our footprint in this part of the world as the company anticipates continued growth in a foreseeable future."

"Since their initial installation, many people have enjoyed the D-BOX MFX Seats, translating into an average occupancy rate exceeding 70%," stated Millard L. Ochs, President and Representative Director of Warner Mycal Corporation. "We are looking forward to offering D-BOX's unprecedented movie viewing experience to our customers in the Tokyo metropolitan area."

At Warner Mycal Cinemas Ohdaka, which opened in Nagoya on March 23, the D-BOX kiosk installed at the shopping center prior to its opening has attracted attention locally, and created interest in the new movie viewing experience provided by Japan's first "moving seat" WMC's Twitter campaign received many tweets such as "What a shame only Ohdaka has this equipment!!" and "It makes me feel as if I were in the movie!!" It also received many others from all over the country requesting the introduction of D-BOX MFX Seats at nearby cinemas.

WMC Kohoku Newtown is located in a suburb of Yokohama, Japan's second biggest city after Tokyo, and it is one of our largest cinemas with 12 screens and more than 2,200 seats. 18 D-BOX MFX Seats will be installed at its No. 6 auditorium.

About Warner Mycal

Warner Mycal Corporation is a joint venture between Warner Bros. International Cinemas and Japan's leading retailer chain Aeon Group's Mycal. Ever since opening Japan's first cinema complex in 1993, the company has aggressively developed its cinemas across Japan, and grown into one of the biggest cinema complex operators with 60 theatres 496 screens. Besides D-BOX, the company is among the first to introduce advanced technologies and services such as RealD digital 3D cinema and the Sanyo air purification system which suppresses airborne viruses and bacteria in the theatre, and leads the cinema operation business in Japan. Its newest cinema Ohdaka is equipped with "ULTIRA", the company's original 3-D sound and video system consisting of a mega screen and JBL's latest(*) speakers, offering high-value added theatre atmosphere. (*As of March 2010)

About D-BOX

D-BOX Technologies designs and manufactures leading edge high-technology motion systems mainly suited to the needs of the entertainment industry. With its unique, patented technology, D-BOX Motion Code(TM), uses motion effects specifically programmed for each film, TV series or video game, which are sent to a motion generating system integrated within either a platform or a seat. The resulting motion is perfectly synchronized with all onscreen action, creating an unmatched realistic, immersive experience. To date, D-BOX Motion Code(TM) is available on more than 900 titles. Accordingly, many prominent Hollywood studios have started embedding D-BOX Motion Code(TM) on selected high definition Blu-ray(TM) and theatrical releases. By reaching agreements with the leaders of both the motion picture and gaming industries, D-BOX's award-winning motion technology is gradually proving itself as a new global standard in the entertainment world. D-BOX is a publicly traded company listed on the TSX Venture exchange under the symbol DBO.A. For further information please see www.d-box.com. D-BOX(R) is a registered trademark and D-BOX Motion Code(TM) is a trademark of D-BOXTechnologies Inc. Other names are for informational purposes only and may be trademarks of their respective owners.

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