I Didn’t Think Five Dimensions Could Work
But oh, was I of little faith. Baku has been running up the stakes in terms of sort of ridiculous luxury. They’ve already established their 3-D movies, their 4-D theater, and now we’re scaling up again. There had been rumors about 5-D, but I didn’t believe them. Now they are real:
A mini cinema showing films in 5D format has opened in Baku’s National Seaside Park.
The head of the National Seaside Park, Nazim Majidov, said that cinema tickets would cost AZN 5 ($6.23) for 10 minutes.
“This is enough time to watch one or two films and experience the full spectrum of different sensations,” Majidov told 1news.az.
“Many people in the cinema are surprised when they can really see drops of water on their skin during the films. These are good special effects.”
So there you have it. Get your rain drops, popcorn, and entertainment all in one place. If someone could explain to me what the 5th dimension is, though, that’d be great. I haven’t been able to figure out what the difference is between the 4th and 5th.