Dream Theaters Pt. 6

Now I'm sure if you've seen the previous theaters in this series, you thought you've seen it all.  Well, you haven't.  This setup is someones home and I have to admit.  This guy is a total Mack. I thought I was ridiculous with the multiple theaters in my home but...... I couldn't figure out whose home this is but its in the Dallas, TX area.  Check this out, he takes it to a whole new level.

 The homeowner does have ties to basketball— his son is involved with a “nationally recognized team,” which frequents the facilities, and the owner hosts local basketball tournaments and other area teams to train in the gym and exercise room. “He’s very involved with the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, and has several movie nights throughout the year.”

The homeowners’ 16 acre property provided more than enough room to accommodate it—along with the living quarters, which are decked out with rooms full of multiple screens, music and automation.

The two-lane bowling alley was designed after a popular local hangout, and includes dazzling visuals like black lights, a disco ball and a large screen above the pins and plasma by the scoring table. HomeTronics installed a 12-foot Da-Lite screen that drops in front of the pins.

A home control system from AMX ties together the mass of audio/video, and includes the ability to view and listen to all of the home’s 10 sources on 13 displays and in eight audio zones at any time. For its use as a true training facility, the basketball court features three video cameras to record the games and workouts for remote viewing. The live pan/tilt/zoom cameras enable coaches to instruct from remote locations, and clips from the recordings can be emailed for repeat viewings and coaches’ scrutiny.

As you can see below, by the pool there’s a cabana with three 65-inch LCD TVs.  That's nothing though,  there's also a 25-foot outdoor Da-Lite screen, which receives images from a 5,000 ANSI-lumen Runco MBX-1 projector, enhanced by the 1,600-watt surround-sound system.