Does Mosi have IMAX?
The Museum of Science and Industry in Tampa is closing its IMAX theater and some other exhibits as it moves into a smaller space on its current grounds near the University of South Florida, with an eye on a possible move downtown.
Is Mosi shut down?
The museum, known as MOSI, will close for several months as exhibits are shuffled with plans to reopen in the fall. About 85 percent of the building will remain closed. The goal is to open the new building in 2022, according to Thursday’s announcement.
What happened to MOSI in Tampa?
MOSI to close most of its building, IMAX to save money before move to downtown Tampa. The Museum of Science and Industry will be reduced from its 300,000-square-foot campus to just 40,000 square feet during summer. Any exhibits that are not eliminated will move into the newer Kids in Charge wing of the building.
Is MOSI moving to downtown Tampa?
In April of 2016, MOSI launched its most exciting project yet: planning to relocate to a brand new, world-class science center in Downtown Tampa. MOSI’s relocation will create an iconic institution and a beacon for learning in Tampa’s cultural core. Learn more about MOSI’s history and future here.
What speakers do IMAX theaters use?
Each channel consist of JBL speakers model 2404 H tweeter, 2445 J driver, 2123 H midrange and 2245 H woofer. Imax theatres require a sound system able to produce believable effects and operate reliably at unusually high power levels.
Is IMAX louder than normal?
Truth: IMAX sound is usually louder than other theatres, but in terms of actual quality, it’s debatable. Most IMAX theatres use six-channel sound, more or less equivalent to 5.1 surround, albeit in a slightly different layout.
Is MOSI shut down?
Are they moving MOSI?
Museum of Science and Industry The museum has been forced to downsize due to costs and is planning on moving to a new location downtown. The museum has sat on Fowler Avenue across from the University of South Florida since 1980. A smaller version of MOSI will re-launch on Nov.