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Profile: Chip Cleary
2009 issue 4
The new chair of IAAPA talks about dealing with the recession, the climate and swine flu. Rather than getting him down though, he’s excited about the rapidly evolving industry and what’s next

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Interactives: Staying in touch
2009 issue 4
Augmented reality, mimicking motion and real-time reactions are among the latest interactive experiences

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Entrepreneurs: Lynton v Harris
2009 issue 4
From launching a Halloween show in 1996 to running a global business. Harris is out to entertain and scare the world!

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Multimedia & av: Reality show
2009 issue 4
The latest applications for multimedia and audiovisual are used to bring subjects to life. Examples include talking wasps and a flight over London

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Talking point: How can awareness of free admission be increased?
2009 issue 4
Almost half of Brits don’t know entry to the Natural History Museum is free. The experts explain how to resolve this

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Galleries: Drawing on experience
2009 issue 4
Kate Brindley tells us about setting up the controversial Banksy exhibition and her new role as director at mima

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Museum design : Variety show
2009 issue 4
We look at the way three design firms tackle very different design projects

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Exhibition design: Pioneering portrayals
2009 issue 4
New exhibitions inject life into the stories of Shakespeare and Darwin, while another challenges the stereotypical image of Chinese Americans

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Product special: Museum kit
2009 issue 3
A look at products for museums

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Economic research : A pause in consolidation?
2009 issue 3
We examine the destination sector’s boost as a result or organic growth and mergers and acquisitions and ask if this trend is set to continue

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Planetariums: A star is born
2009 issue 3
The newly released We Are Astronomers show has received rave reviews. The creative team behind the experience reveal how they created the effects

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Audioguides: Sights, sounds, stories
2009 issue 3
In the first of a two-part series, we speak to the designers of audioguide content to find out what they’ve created, how it works and what the next offer will be

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Profile: Chris Rapley
2009 issue 3
The director of the Science Museum details the building’s £100m modernisation, centenary celebrations and how he intends to make the museum a part of every school child’s life

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Scare attractions: Fatal attraction
2009 issue 3
The scare attractions industry is now such big business that it has its own convention. As well as getting advice and discovering the latest offer, operators can learn how to make a killing

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New opening: The Great North Museum
2009 issue 3
Originally built in 1884, the museum has reopened with extended premises and a £26m refurb, transforming it into a centrepiece of Newcastle’s cultural quarter

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Water: Making a splash
2009 issue 3
Creating a night time water spectacular in an otherwise unused part of your attraction can prolong visitors’ stays and increase the amount they spend

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3D/4D: Projecting growth
2009 issue 3
We look at how to make a 3D/4D attraction profitable and successful, and give details on the latest projects

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Product special: Fun kit
2009 issue 3
Products designed purely for attractions

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Climbing: Climbing high
2009 issue 3
Industry experts extol the benefits of climbing attractions, advise on how to choose one and explain how much you can profit from an installation

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Family matters: Teddy boys
2009 issue 3
Drawing from 100 years of experience running amusement parks, the Lund family have turned the bankrupt Kongeparken into a success

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COMPANY PROFILES
Simworx Ltd

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QubicaAMF is the largest and most innovative bowling equipment provider with 600 employees worldwi [more...]
FORREC Ltd

We create guest experiences others don’t, masterplan like no one else can, and give the world’s bi [more...]
IDEATTACK

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Red Raion - Jurassic War - Immersive tunnel movie trailer
Red Raion is the CGI studio specialized in media based attraction. Find out more...
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23-25 Mar 2020

MuseumNext Europe

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23-25 Mar 2020

Dubai Entertainment Amusement and Leisure Exhibition (DEAL)

Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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FEATURES
717 to 737 of 792 features
Profile: Chip Cleary
2009 issue 4
The new chair of IAAPA talks about dealing with the recession, the climate and swine flu. Rather than getting him down though, he’s excited about the rapidly evolving industry and what’s next

View on turning pages

Interactives: Staying in touch
2009 issue 4
Augmented reality, mimicking motion and real-time reactions are among the latest interactive experiences

View on turning pages

Entrepreneurs: Lynton v Harris
2009 issue 4
From launching a Halloween show in 1996 to running a global business. Harris is out to entertain and scare the world!

View on turning pages

Multimedia & av: Reality show
2009 issue 4
The latest applications for multimedia and audiovisual are used to bring subjects to life. Examples include talking wasps and a flight over London

View on turning pages

Talking point: How can awareness of free admission be increased?
2009 issue 4
Almost half of Brits don’t know entry to the Natural History Museum is free. The experts explain how to resolve this

View on turning pages

Galleries: Drawing on experience
2009 issue 4
Kate Brindley tells us about setting up the controversial Banksy exhibition and her new role as director at mima

View on turning pages

Museum design : Variety show
2009 issue 4
We look at the way three design firms tackle very different design projects

View on turning pages

Exhibition design: Pioneering portrayals
2009 issue 4
New exhibitions inject life into the stories of Shakespeare and Darwin, while another challenges the stereotypical image of Chinese Americans

View on turning pages

Product special: Museum kit
2009 issue 3
A look at products for museums

View on turning pages

Economic research : A pause in consolidation?
2009 issue 3
We examine the destination sector’s boost as a result or organic growth and mergers and acquisitions and ask if this trend is set to continue

View on turning pages

Planetariums: A star is born
2009 issue 3
The newly released We Are Astronomers show has received rave reviews. The creative team behind the experience reveal how they created the effects

View on turning pages

Audioguides: Sights, sounds, stories
2009 issue 3
In the first of a two-part series, we speak to the designers of audioguide content to find out what they’ve created, how it works and what the next offer will be

View on turning pages

Profile: Chris Rapley
2009 issue 3
The director of the Science Museum details the building’s £100m modernisation, centenary celebrations and how he intends to make the museum a part of every school child’s life

View on turning pages

Scare attractions: Fatal attraction
2009 issue 3
The scare attractions industry is now such big business that it has its own convention. As well as getting advice and discovering the latest offer, operators can learn how to make a killing

View on turning pages

New opening: The Great North Museum
2009 issue 3
Originally built in 1884, the museum has reopened with extended premises and a £26m refurb, transforming it into a centrepiece of Newcastle’s cultural quarter

View on turning pages

Water: Making a splash
2009 issue 3
Creating a night time water spectacular in an otherwise unused part of your attraction can prolong visitors’ stays and increase the amount they spend

View on turning pages

3D/4D: Projecting growth
2009 issue 3
We look at how to make a 3D/4D attraction profitable and successful, and give details on the latest projects

View on turning pages

Product special: Fun kit
2009 issue 3
Products designed purely for attractions

View on turning pages

Climbing: Climbing high
2009 issue 3
Industry experts extol the benefits of climbing attractions, advise on how to choose one and explain how much you can profit from an installation

View on turning pages

Family matters: Teddy boys
2009 issue 3
Drawing from 100 years of experience running amusement parks, the Lund family have turned the bankrupt Kongeparken into a success

View on turning pages

       
 


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