This is a list of amusement rides that use (or used) IMAX technology in their operation. The IMAX format used is listed, along with the ride's location and the date of the ride's opening, where available.
|Back to the Future: The Ride||Universal Studios Florida
Universal Studios Hollywood
Universal Studios Japan
|OMNIMAX||May 2, 1991|
|Race for Atlantis||Phantasialand||IMAX HD||1994||Was called "Galaxy" until 2005, playing the movie Asteroid Adventure|
|Dolphins: The Ride||Various||IMAX||1997|
|ReBoot The Ride V.2: Journey into Chaos||Playdium||OMNIMAX||October 17, 1997|
|Race for Atlantis||Caesars Palace||IMAX||January 15, 1998|
|Soarin'||Disney California Adventure Park
Shanghai Disneyland Park
|OMNIMAX||February 8, 2001||Now replaced with laser projectors.|
|Arthur, l'Aventure 4D||Futuroscope||OMNIMAX 3D||December 19, 2009||Opened in 2000 with "Race for Atlantis"|
IMAX is a system of high-resolution cameras, film formats and film projectors. Graeme Ferguson, Roman Kroitor, Robert Kerr, and William C. Shaw developed the first IMAX cinema projection standards in the late 1960s and early 1970s in Canada. Unlike conventional projectors, the film runs horizontally (see diagram sprocket holes) so that the image width is greater than the width of the film. Since 2002, some feature films have been converted into IMAX format for displaying in IMAX theatres, and some have also been (partially) shot in IMAX. IMAX is the most widely used system for special-venue film presentations. By late 2017, 1,302 IMAX theatre systems were installed in 1,203 commercial multiplexes, 13 commercial destinations, and 86 institutional settings in 75 countries.List of IMAX films
This is a list of films shot partially or in full with IMAX cameras, either on 15/70 film or with the IMAX/Phantom 3D or the IMAX/Arri digital cameras. Films that may have been projected onto IMAX screens using a standard 35mm print, such as Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith, are not listed. The US premiere dates are displayed where available. Due of the ease of downconverting, most IMAX 3D films have also been remastered and exhibited in 2D, with an appropriate name change (for example Space Station 3D becomes Space Station).List of amusement rides based on film franchises
This is a list of amusement park rides based on specific films or film franchises.
* - Has since closed in that particular location.List of amusement rides based on television franchises
This is a list of amusement rides based on specific television shows or franchises.
† - Has since closed in that particular location.