For a mere $35,000, a company called PRIMA cinema will deliver red carpet Hollywood movie premieres to your personal home theater, the same moment they’re released in theaters.
“Whether it’s an alien world in 3D, a mad chase through the streets of Paris or a steamy romance, PRIMA Cinema is your ticket to be first in line, every time.”
Crafted by BMW DesignWorksUSA, the sleek, rack-mountable cinema player effortlessly streams gorgeous multi-million dollar movies to your home via high speed broadband.
PRIMA hooks up to pretty much any home projector or surround sound system, and unbelievably provides superior quality graphics and sound than the real movie theater experience. PRIMA movies have 30% more color and 25% more pixel depth than Blu-Ray, and let you blow your mind in 3D as well.
How does it work?
PRIMA has negotiated distribution deals with a number of premier Hollywood studios. They then encode their films for secure transmission to your home just before national theatrical release. Due to immense security concerns, you’ll need to find a PRIMA Cinema authorized dealer to come to your house and set it up.
PRIMA places an invisible subscriber-specific “watermark” on all downloaded films. Should the film be copied in any manner, that watermark can be used to identify the subscriber.
PRIMA also has a biometric reader, meaning you have to scan your fingerprint just to access the content!
After you fork over $35K for your at home VIP experience, each additional title you scan your finger to will run you $500, with 3D versions checking in at $600.
The good news is you won’t have to watch alone, you can have as many friends as you want over to watch (no charging admission though)!
If you think about it, it’s really a small price to pay for one of the most baller things you could ever do to your home.
Mike Awada is a Colorado native, and a graduate of the University of Denver. Despite studying International Business, Mike loves to write. His interests include technology, science and sports. Mike covers Technology for 303 Magazine, and also runs a cutting edge news website at Astounde.com. Follow Mike on Twitter @Astounde.