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Lucky Luke surprises with lateral movements
The original design of the Lucky Luke theatre really kicks in. Guests are seated in a wagon-styled room, facing a screen hidden by sliding doors. Those doors open to reveal the action as the story iterally runs alongside the room. Instead of the traditional drilling through” approach to the content (moving from screen to screen), Alterface created a lateral movement where the scenes are separated by those doors opening and closing. The addition of a physical element to the media-based attraction provides an experience nowhere else to be found. The Alterface Salto! show control capabilities add this layer of storytelling to the robust shooting technology that has proven its reliability and potential for fun around the globe.
FULL MEDIA INTERACTIVE THEATER, 2017
Footprint: 64 m² (688.89 ft²)
Number of Seats: 18
Duration: 3,5 min.
Throughput: 306 players/hour
Interactive device: Portable device
Animation type: 2D
Special effects: Yes
Hall of fame: Yes
Alterface granted US patent for innovative shooting technology
Posted on the 14.09.16
Alterface, global champion in interactive attractions, proudly announces it has received a patent in the US for its innovative shooting technology ‘Multi-user pointing apparatus and method’.Read more
"We are very happy with the new rides at Comics Station Antwerp, as it is exactly the kind ofprojects where we can fully deliver our commitment in terms of design and production ofinteractive rides! Our “creative idea books” are filled with tips and tricks acquired over themany projects we have been opening around the world. It is our team’s mission to ensure allour customers can fully benefit from this, offering the Alterface attraction visitors anunforgettable experience!"