The theme park and themed entertainment industry has been a model of technological innovation in recent years. Themed entertainment uses technology to enhance and support narrative and immerse.
The pace of technological innovation is staggering. Themed entertainment and theme parks are primed to take advantage of these advances, with extended reality solutions, projection, advanced audio.
As the global reopening marches on in the wake of the COVID-19, the themed entertainment industry is primed to leverage the power of technology to return to pre-pandemic levels of growth and visitor.
For audiovisual solutions to leave a lasting impact in the spaces where we live, work and play, they must be a part of a cohesive and memorable narrative experience. But how do you get there? Do you.
The places where we live, work and play don’t always have doors, for one, or distinct “lobbies” – but that doesn’t mean that attention to detail shouldn’t be given to the first impression a space and.
Theme parks are the epitome of fun and nostalgia. From your first experiences as a child to taking your own children and experiencing the magic of themed entertainment into your golden years, theme.
As 2020 continues to bring new challenges for the theme park and attractions industry, it’s time to focus on a realistic view of the industry and what lies ahead. The ripple effects of COVID-19 are.
In the world of design, whether it be for themed entertainment and theme parks, immersive experiences, museums, or any other space where we live, work and play, there are really two distinct camps of.
When planning how you’ll incorporate audiovisual and technology solutions into a space, leveraging the expertise of an experienced and proven AV consultant from end to end can make all the.
The AV Awards annually recognize the “outstanding achievements of individuals, companies, projects and technology across the AV, events and production sectors” – and three Electrosonic projects have.