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project:syntropy to showcase simulators at LeisurUp by MAPIC

German manufacturer to be at first leisure event of its type at Cannes’ Palais des Festivals

Syntropy Conference dome

project:syntropy, creator of technology and display solutions for dome cinemas and immersive attractions, has announced that it is looking forward to meeting attendees at an upcoming trade event.

The technology company will be ready to discuss projects with prospective customers on the exhibition floor of LeisurUp by MAPIC, which takes place next week in Cannes, from 30 November – 2 December.

project:syntropy is well-known for designing and developing a range of realistic flight simulators such as Airbus H145 and Eurofighters, which can be used for specific industry training and professional experience purposes.


flyDome is a family-friendly version of project:syntropy’s more niche flight simulators, allowing guests to experience what it’s like to be a pilot. The attraction is now is available in a five-seat version with a design and layout catering specifically for retail venues and complexes, bringing flight simulation to the shopping mall space.

project syntropy flydome
flyDome at Qin Palace Flying Theatre, Hengdian World Studios, China

flyDome can be utilised by centres transforming to benefit from retailtainment, the concept of combining leisure activities with traditional retail stores and food outlets to increase footfall, spend and dwelling time.

The company will be presenting its flyDome attraction at LeisurUp by MAPIC, which can be provided in shopping mall or standalone dome attraction variants. The concept has been used at many high-profile events and locations, including EXPO 2005 and Expo 2012 held in Aichi Prefecture, Japan and Yeosu, Korea respectively.

The flyDome offers an easy maintenance attraction, with high 6DOF dynamic seats, and a state-of-the-art projection system. project: syntropy claim the dome screen experience is “the Ferrari of flight simulation for entertainment”.

The project:syntropy booth will be managed by Juliane Neumann from the company’s German office engineering department, and Giulia Barbero from the commercial department of the firm’s Singapore office. Attendees can find out more about the company and its projects at LeisurUp by MAPIC stand number R7.C17.

Last month, project:syntropy, released a new video to its company social media platforms, exploring the differences between 3D, 4D, 5D and 12D cinemas.

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