Lagotronics Projects to create new interactive experience for Kaisa Golden Bay Resort

Lagotronics Projects, the media-based attractions specialist, has announced a new project at Kaisa Golden Bay Resort.

Lagotronics is pleased to announce one of the biggest projects in its history, a unique attraction concept for Kaisa Group Holdings Ltd. This will be a multi-level Interactive VR Speeder Ride, featuring an exciting mission that must be solved by teamwork.

Kaisa Group Holdings Ltd. has over 20 enterprises and specialised corporations, alongside more than 100 branch companies, over 15,000 staff and total assets of more than 271 million CNY. Under this umbrella, the Kaisa International Resorts Group is building a large-scale coastal resort complex called Kaisa Golden Bay Resort

Kaisa Golden Bay Resort

This new resort will feature tourism, housing, retail, business and culture, and is located on the Northwest coast of Dapeng Peninsula, Southeast Shenzhen, China. The resort will cover an area of about 1.5 million square meters and will include five entertainment pavilions, five luxury resort hotels, three Eco parks, a theatre, a stadium, retail areas and luxury apartments.

Lagotronics Projects has been chosen to create an interactive experience on three levels. Players will need to work as a team to complete three different phases of the same mission. The final part of the attraction will feature futuristic themed Virtual Reality Speeders, on motion base platforms.

The company will be responsible for the complete project, from technical design and story development to production and installation of all interactive systems. This includes the motorbikes and the motion base platforms, as well as audio, video, lighting and show control.

In addition, Lagotronics will also be the representative for Kaisa to sell this new attraction concept across the globe.

Earlier this year, the company introduced the GameChanger-XS, a compact version of its innovative GameChanger dark ride, created especially for FECs, museums and retail centres where a smaller footprint is needed.