The new flagship vessel of AIDA Cruises will entertain its passengers with the new spectacular multimedia shows.
Emotion Media Factory has installed a new multimedia attraction system on board of AIDAPrima. AIDAprima is the flagship of AIDA Cruises, built by Mitsubishi Shipbuilding at their shipyard in Nagasaki, Japan.
First installation is based in Theatrium. This is 3-deck high, big-capacity show lounge with large stage with dynamic platform. Emotion Media Factory installed laser system integrated into the stage show.
Second installation is based at BeachClub. This is 2-deck high relaxation oasis, covered with glass dome for tropical beach-like experience with live plants and palm trees. At night, this area turns into a magnificent party scene. Emotion Media Factory installed there 6 lasers for projection onto the roof and spectacular laser beam shows for the entire BeachClub combined with huge water screen. Exclusively for this area 140 minutes video content was produced for the BeachClub Roof projection.
Emotion Media Factory experts equip the AIDA cruise vessels with special laser technology, which can withstand extreme climatic conditions as well as direct contact with sea water on the open-air deck. The multimedia shows are developed, programmed and implemented on a remote basis. For all cruise liners new shows are created about 3 – 4 times per year. Totally over 40 shows are produced each year for AIDA Cruises. Currently, Emotion Media Factory works on the multimedia installation for the next vessel for AIDA Cruises.
Emotion Media Factory is a creative multimedia attraction and show production company based in Bavaria near Munich Germany. Over the last 30 years, Emotion Media Factory has been creating multimedia shows and multimedia attractions, while continuously developing new attraction technologies resulting in worldwide recognition.
AIDAprima is the largest cruise ship in AIDA cruises fleet, with an overall length of 300.00 m (984.25 ft), moulded beam of 37.60 m (123.4 ft), and maximum draft of 8.00 m (26.25 ft).