At the core, it’s about crafting a compelling story and engaging the audience’s imagination in such a way that, in any moment, they completely believe what they are seeing and hearing. A term often used in our industry that defines this is “immersive.”
When we tasked ourselves with the challenge of creating the next generation flying theater experience, we knew the most important aspect was to make guests feel like they are inside a magical experience. The seedlings of our Suspended Theater™ concept grew from there.
Falcon’s Creative Group is pleased to announce their latest collaboration with the National Geographic Museum in Washington, D.C. to provide six multimedia experiences for the new “Becoming Jane” exhibition.
At IAAPA Expo 2019, Falcon’s Creative Group had the opportunity to catch up with friends and partners and engage in exciting conversations with potential collaborators. On Wednesday, November 20th, Falcon’s had the pleasure of hosting a press event with one of those partners - Katmandu.
Some of the best theme park attractions are driven by great storytelling. Since dialog is such an integral part of telling that story, what happens when the audience can only hear half of what is being said? It’s just not going to be an effective attraction. In many of these special venue environments, there are so many variables to deal with, but most often, the problem is acoustics.
In order to meet the demands and challenges when creating large scale 3D media content at high resolutions, high framerates, and for uniquely shaped surfaces, the Falcon’s Digital Media team is constantly researching, developing, and implementing new software and technology that can optimize their workflow and complement their existing pipeline.
The term “retailtainment” has gained some pretty significant popularity in and around the themed entertainment industry in recent years. The exact meaning of the term, however, seems to vary greatly from person to person and organization to organization.