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D-BOX REACHES MILESTONE — MORE THAN 410 MOVIE TITLES AVAILABLE NOW WITH MANY MORE TO COME

Longueuil, Quebec, Canada — March 21, 2005 — D-BOX Technology, Inc. (TSXV : DBO.A) has just passed the 410 mark of movie titles available coded for both their existing Odyssee and just-released Quest motion simulation products. With titles ranging from classics like “Days of Thunder” and “Blade Runner” to modern action films like the “The Matrix” and “The Lord of the Rings” trilogies – even top-rated animated features like “Finding Nemo” and “Shrek 2” – D-BOX has the whole family covered!

D-BOX has a team of motion artists that work full time on programming each bump, shake, crash and splash found in your favorite movies into the motorized actuators that move their Odyssee and Quest motion simulation products. The talented D-BOX motion artists spend hours studying the nuances of every frame of the film they’re working on to make sure that D-BOX’s realistic motion is perfectly synchronized with the onscreen action and sound in a way that complements the emotional impact of each scene. D-BOX products also function in “Audio” mode, wherein the systems generate motion in real time from the audio tracks of any film, broadcast program or sporting event, even video and computer games — the perfect “teaser” for those that need something to tide them over while their favorite releases are being readied.

D-BOX is committed to adding more and more of your favorites — about 10-12 titles a month — to their lineup of titles. With recent hits like “Spider-Man 2” and “The Bourne Supremacy” ready for CES 2005, you never have long to wait before new hit action films are ready to go in your home theater. Don’t see your favorite movie on the list? D-BOX takes requests! Simply visit their site, www.d-box.com to contact them with the names of films that you’d like to see them make available, or for a complete list of titles that are available now.

D-BOX Technology, Inc. (TSXV : DBO.A) conceives, manufactures and markets motion simulators capable of generating movement that is perfectly synchronized with onscreen images and sounds from movies. For further information concerning D-BOX Technology, Inc. and its products, please visit our website at www.d-box.com. D-BOX and Odyssee are registered trademarks and Quest and Kinetron are trademarks of D-BOX Technology, Inc.

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