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Los Angeles, CA (September 8, 2006)-- IMAGICA Technologies Corp., the engineering solutions division company of IMAGICA Robot Holdings, Inc. announced today that leading post-production facility Oriental Post has implemented IMAGER XE ADVANCED PLUS scanners on several recent Asian films. These productions include “Perhaps Love,” “Daisy,” “GIE,” “The Go Master,” and “The Myth.”

Said Bobbie Wong, President, Oriental Post, “As more and more of the international film market turns towards DI, it‘s important to have the most cutting-edge technologies available so that the DI process is more streamlined for our artists and more cost-effective for our customers. IMAGICA scanners are known for providing pristine quality and great customer service, and have been an integral addition to our visual effects and DI pipeline.”

Oriental Post was founded in Bangkok, Thailand in 1998. Today, the facility staffs a talented multi-lingual team of editors, artist and producers who specialize in high-end video post-production and digital intermediate (DI) services for some of the region‘s biggest film and commercial projects.

“Thailand is becoming a huge international filmmaking center, so it‘s very exciting for us to play a part in the creation of these groundbreaking films. We are honored that Oriental Post has selected the IMAGER XE ADVANCED PLUS scanner to help bring these films to the silver screen,” said Makoto Tsukada, President and CEO, IMAGICA Technologies Corp.

The Imager XE Advanced Plus scans 35mm motion picture film debuted last year with capabilities including scan rates of 1.9 seconds per frame for 4K and 1.3 second per frame for 2K. 35mm 3perf, 8perf and 16mm/Super 16mm are also available as options. IMAGICA also recently rolled out a Wetgate option that will reduce the cost of the dust and scratch removal for restoration and remastering.

About Oriental Post

Founded in 1998 as a joint venture between 2 well-known Thai conglomerates, Kantana Animation and Loxley Video Post, Oriental Post Co. Ltd is a leading post production center providing high-end video post production and digital intermediate (DI) facilities for Thai and international clients. The company has post-produced many Asian blockbuster films and international award-winning Television Commercials.

About IMAGICA Techologies Corp.

IMAGICA Technologies Corp. (ITC) is a division of IMAGICA Robot Holdings, Inc., one of the largest entertainment technology companies in Japan. ITC provides front and back-end digital imaging solutions for feature film with the Imager XE and HSX Film Scanners and the HSR Film Recorder. Headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, ITC also maintains a sales and support office in Los Angeles, California. For more information, please visit http://

or call +81-3-3238-2677.

Media Contacts:

Yukiko Ozaki, IMAGICA Technologies Corp.


Richard Antley, IMAGICA Corp. of America

(310) 277-1790,

Karen Raz, Raz Public Relations

(310) 450-1482,




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