Goo Systems systems integrator Sinad Technologies and Simex, a Canadian well-known systems integrator, recently joined forces to create a fantastic 3D flight simulator public experience called Star Journey at Wanda’s Movie Park in Wuhan, China.
Christie Mirage HD6 using Infitec’s Active 3D half/half technology were used for each of the 3 flight simulators. The simulators themselves were small in space in order to give the audience a very tight, high-impact experience so very short throw lenses were used, which in itself reduces the light passage from the projector to the screen. For this and other reasons, the systems integrators decided to use Screen Goo Reference White +20 which, as designed, provided ample brightness, depth of field and highly saturated images to the large screens. In addition, the 3D images came out pleasing and not challenging to see and “too hard” for the awed audience sitting only a few feet away from the large screens.
Although we were not allowed to publish actual footage from the experience we can show here a couple of the project installation photos – please click to enlarge.
You can read more about the Dalian Wanda Group challenging Disney and DreamWorks’ dominance in the world of theme parks in China and Wanda’s First Movie Theme Park in Wuhan.