“With AR we are no longer constrained to any surface or physical limitation of a space. We can move around the content, engage with it from all angles, and get our own personal experiences at our own pace,” says Jason Ambler, Executive Producer/Director of Production at Falcon’s Digital Media, which is launching Falcon’s Vision, a wireless AR headset that is specially designed for location-based experiences.
Falcon’s Creative Group will be exhibiting at the IAAPA Expo Asia in Shanghai from June 12-14th. We would like to extend a personal invitation for you to visit us at Booth #1456. If you are interested in scheduling a meeting with our team, please email Phoebe Hicks.
Harves Entertainment and Falcon’s Creative Group announced a new strategic alliance which creates a complete package of integrated services – including concept development, financing, creative execution, real estate development, construction, and operations – to propel new opportunities in the design and realization of global, next generation entertainment experiences.
Visitors to the National Geographic Museum’s new Queens of Egypt exhibition in Washington DC can take a virtual tour through one of the most well-preserved tombs in the Valley of the Queens. The 3D experience was produced by Falcon’s Creative Group.
Happy New Year! Falcon’s is looking forward to an exciting 2019, but we also wanted to take a moment to look back at all the great times 2018 brought us as well as say a big thank you to everyone for their support in making this past year a success! 2018 was a busy year for the Falcon’s team with many wonderful moments; here are 12 events we were incredibly proud and honored to take part in.
The International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) presented its annual Brass Ring Awards on Wednesday, November 14, during IAAPA Attractions Expo in Orlando. View the full list of award winners here.
After finding success with Battle For Eire, North America’s first-ever Virtual-Reality attraction on a motion-base, Falcon’s Creative Group has announced their latest technological advance: Falcon’s Vision, a revolutionary augmented reality (AR) solution.
Walk into Aquaventure, Atlantis Sanya’s new 200,000-square-meter water park on China’s Hainan Island, and your eyes are immediately drawn to the centerline of Neptune Tower, a rising pyramid that evokes the spirit of the mythic sunken city. Bisecting this six-tiered winged building is a 25-meter-high, copper-toned vertical slide called the “Leap of Faith” that plunges riders through a tank of blacktip and zebra sharks.
“Tomb of Christ: The Church of the Holy Sepulchre Experience” is coming to National Geographic Museum in Washington, D.C. Visitors will be able to virtually explore Jerusalem in an immersive 3D experience.
Busch Gardens Williamsburg’s new attraction for 2018 offers an exhilarating virtual reality (VR) experience on a motion simulator. It is, says park president Kevin Lembke, the first of its kind in the industry. Here he shares the story of the Battle for Eire.
Back in April, Busch Gardens Williamsburg’s new virtual reality attraction, Battle for Eire, opened to rave reviews. One of the companies behind the attraction was the Orlando-based design firm, Falcon’s Creative Group. A company that I have seen popping up more and more in the theme park industry recently, I wanted to learn a little bit more about the history of Falcon’s Creative Group.
Orlando-based experiential design firm Falcon’s Creative Group has revealed new details of the design and development of Atlantis Sanya. This is the iconic new Atlantis resort on the Haitang Bay National Coast in China.
In the year following a brief phase of stagnation in the wake of the financial crisis of 2008, Dubai, the largest city in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has been investing heavily in construction again. By the time of the Expo in Dubai in 2020, the city is out to establish itself as the tourism destination for tourists and business travelers by increasing the number of visitors to 20 million, doubling the number of 2012. Like everything in Dubai, the vision is big.