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1st Logo (1990-1994?)

Visuals: On the black background, there is a turquoise triangle separated by fuchsia bars, and the pink word "LUMIVISION", in the Microgramma font. Everything has a faux-3D effect and the logo lightly shines.

Technique: Simple shining effects.

Audio: None.

Availability: Seen on IMAX laserdiscs of The Dream is Alive and Blue Planet. It also appeared on the laserdisc of the Streamline dub of Lensman: Secret of the Lens.

2nd Logo (1994-2000s)

Visuals: The sequence starts on a glowing smoky background in blackness. Objects fly in a la New Line Cinema to form the Lumivision logo, but with the company name in turquoise instead of pink. The logo's color is revealed by a flash/explosion that blows some stones away. We then fly over the logo. "DISCS OF DISTINCTION" in a shiny Helvetica font squeeze in on the blackness as tiny symbols that quickly appear to be letters.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A quiet hum that starts during the warning screen, a chime-like synth note, and the objects whooshing, all of which hold out and increase in volume until the flash with a trumpet note and weird synth sounds.

Availability: Seen on Lumivision laserdiscs, DVDs, and VHS tapes of usually older IMAX movies like The Dream is Alive.

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