Emotion Media Factory extends its cooperation network

Emotion Media Factory (EMF), a leading multimedia attraction design and show production company, has extended its cooperation network, adding more specialists from around the world.

Emotion Media Factory (EMF) is pleased to announce that it has increased its cooperation network with the addition of several leading specialists from across the globe, in order to continue providing its customers with the utmost in creativity and excellence.

Cooperation network

For multimedia projects that need high-quality 3D mapping, EMF calls on the expertise of Maxin10sity, a company that provides cutting edge Video Mapping performance and production.

Meanwhile, for system design and integration projects, the company turns to Amptown Systems Company (ASC), a leading system integration company based in Germany that has been trading since 1973, with offices in Hamburg, Berlin, Frankfurt and Leipzig. ASC employs over 190 people and is an expert in supplying venues of all sizes with state-of-the-art media technologies.

Emotion Media Factory teams up with ASC

For all things sustainable, EMF relies on GREEN SPIRIT, an Italian design company that specialises in eco-friendly and sustainable edutainment attractions. This company creates green attractions for a wide range of attractions, from public spaces, malls and museums to FECs and amusement parks, in order to raise awareness of the need for sustainability.

Emotion Media Factory teams up with Green Spirit

Finally, for music composing & production, EMF calls on the award-winning composer and virtual orchestrator Selcuk Torun, who has experience in producing music for films, TV shows and large-scale multimedia shows.

Emotion Media Factory teams up with Selcuk Torun

EMF is currently designing and producing new multimedia show attractions in several countries around the globe, including China, Africa, Europe, Russia and Southeast Asia.

Last year, the company announced the distribution of the E-Motionboard Theatre, a flying theatre created in Austria by V&P Rides. It can move across six degrees of freedom as it is suspended from steel cables. Guests stand upright while the simulator glides smoothly through the show, which can be 2D, 3D or even VR.