Debuting alongside the movie Inception, Camera 7 in Campbell is the latest Bay Area theater to unveil motion seats for its moviegoers.
The seats--called D-Box Motion Code--have built-in motors which tilt and vibrate in sync with the on screen action. The motion goes from subtle to seizure-inducing, and moviegoers control the intensity. Note the manufacturer's warning:
The D-BOX motion system and motion enabled seats may be harmful to women who are pregnant, persons with heart conditions, the elderly, persons with back, head or neck conditions or injuries or those with other pre-existing medical conditions. All such persons should consult their physicians before using the D-BOX motion system or motion-enabled seats.
Camera 7 is one of just four theaters in the Bay Area using the new technology. We're waiting for Market Street Cinema to install them.