Jora Vision to create interactive experience for giant panda museum

Jora Vision, a leading design and production company for themed attractions, will be designing and building an interactive museum experience for the Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding Research Base.

Jora Vision is pleased to announce that it has been awarded an exciting new design assignment at the Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding Research Base in Chengdu, China. This is the largest and most famous research centre for giant pandas in the world.

The new museum will aim to provide visitors with an immersive experience, where they can learn all about this amazing and vulnerable animal in a fun and educational way. It is expected to cater to millions of visitors each year.

A museum to inspire and educate

This new museum has an important role to play in educating visitors about giant pandas, as well as the vital work that is done by the base.

A jury of experts chose Jora Vision’s proposal, from a selection of competitive designs from around the world. The European company, which has many years of experience in creating cultural and tourist attractions, will now be charged with designing and producing the interactive museum experience.

Jora Vision intends to rise to the challenge, which involves catering to a large number of visitors in a limited space. Its winning design is a walkthrough experience that follows a clear storyline. The content will be suitable for a wide range of visitors to enjoy.

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The importance of conservation

The company will use a variety of spatial immersive theming, interactive hands-on exhibits and digital guidance solutions to achieve its goal, in order to spread the message of the Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding Research.

The centre has seen many successes over the past 30 years. The fact that giant pandas have been removed from the list of endangered animals shows the importance of such conservation projects. Jora Vision is proud to be contributing to such a vital cultural institution.

The company is also working on a new dark ride at Europa-Park in Germany. The attraction, called Snorri Touren, will be based on the mythical world of Rulantica.