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Five trend predictions from IAAPA Attractions Expo 2016

Five Trend Predictions from IAAPA Attractions Expo 2016

The IAAPA Expo one of the pinnacle events in the calendar and one where everyone is vying to make the biggest announcements, showcase the latest technology, release  the...
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Social Media and CRM in the City of Dreaming Spires

Industry players meet in Oxford for Gateway Ticketing UK's Marketing Event.

The Evolution of Waterslides in Asia

Hold tight for a twisting, turning ride through 20 years in the Asian waterparks industry.
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Interactive Dark Rides – The Next Really BIG Console

It's all about Rabbids, Dragons and Assassins as interactive dark rides are no longer the exclusive domain of the biggest parks.
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Themed Entertainment & Immersive Technology: Live from SXSW 2012

It’s official…I’m a noob. That’s what they call first-timers at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Conference that runs from Friday 9th through to Tuesday 13th March in Austin, ...

Audiovisual Technology: Dawn of the Pixel

What happened to all those exciting darting spears of light, sharply piercing through artificial smoke-induced mists at those great rock concerts in the 1990s? Automated moving light was such a...

Audiovisual technology: LEDs are the new Pixidust

‘I wish I could take a handful of pixels and scatter them wherever I want’ mused a leading industry figure a few years ago. It is remarkable that we...

Attractions technology : 3 Major Projects – What happened next?

With a mood of cautious optimism in the amusement park industry and a number of high profile developments creating a stir – Disney in Asia, Sentosa, massive...

The Business of Audiovisual Technology: Steve Thorburn’s InfoComm diary, day three

Get a bunch of techies together in Orlando in June and their thoughts turn naturally to the invention of fantastic new personal air conditioning devices...

Technology for Entertainment, Education and Business: Steve Thorburn Reports from InfoComm 09

Our marketing and business development specialist Meg Barham, part of Thorburn Associates' team attending InfoComm, took part in Bill Sharer's Advanced Integrated Systems Sales class yesterday and Monday. Not many...