Dynamic Attractions Debuts New Motion Theater at IAAPA 2016

A game changing attraction concept was unveiled at the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions in 2016. Imagine a large circular theater of seats that can not only spin 360 degrees, but can also pitch and tilt as well.


What makes the Motion Theater, created by Dynamic Attractions, really spectacular is the ability to combine movie screens with practical effects. Imagine entering a circular theater that is completely surrounded by movie screens. The seats can pitch and turn with the action on film. However, those screens can be wheeled away at key moments revealing practical sets filled with lighting, special effects and animatronics, if you choose.

Currently the Motion Theater is in a concept phase only and is available to be purchased and customized from theme park and attraction clients globally. Everything is customizable, from the size of the theater, to the film, and even the practical sets and effects. Since Dynamic Attractions now offers turnkey services, a client could literally do one-stop shopping and not have to hop around to various vendors to get a show like this in their park. Want to see this in action? Check out the video below!

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 Images and Video Copyright: Dynamic Attractions

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