4DX is a 4D film format developed by CJ 4DPlex, a subsidiary of South Korean cinema chain CJ CGV. It allows films to be augmented with various practical effects, including motion seats, wind, strobe lights, simulated snow, and scents.
Thereof, which seat is best in 4dx cinema?
Some people love when things come really far out of the screen - they'll want to sit in the far back rows. Other people like more shallow 3D experiences - they'll want to sit about 1/3 of the way back from the screen (unless your particular theater doesn't have those close seats that are way too close).
Furthermore, are 4dx movies worth it?
4DX is inherently a fun, slightly silly experience that will appeal to children and the childlike. It's not something I'd like to do too often, but if you're happy to leave the snob at home, at least for one evening, then with the right film it's worth giving it a try, at least once, to see if it's for you.
Which is better Imax or 4dx?
4DX has more than 3D effects like wind, rain, scent etc. The screen of 4DX is not so big, although bigger than the normal theatres and RealD is offered as a 3D viewing technology. IMAX has much more larger screen and way better visual quality and sound of course.
Do you need 3d glasses for 4dx?
Do I have to wear 3D glasses for a 4DX film? 4DX films will not necessarily be presented in 3D. If the particular film is also presented with 3D, glasses will be required.