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The inspired space: a synergy between space,...

What makes an inspired space?  However we define ‘inspiration’, such a space will reflect an optimal synergy of space, architecture and technology. Such spaces are...

Magic Leap unveils spatial computing experience...

Magic Leap has revealed Undersea, an experimental spatial computing experience for the Magic Leap One. The tech company will premiere Undersea at SIGGRAPH 2019. Magic...

Dubai retail malls use tech and retailtainment as...

Shopping malls in Dubai and the UAE are under pressure as people increasingly turn to internet shopping, and as the retail market faces oversupply. As a solution, malls...

Museums mark 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon...

Museums and attractions held a series of programmes and events to mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing on July 20. These include a giant moon (and...

Attractions news: Jurassic World – The Ride opens...

Welcome to the blooloop briefing; a roundup of attractions news from the last seven days. In the news this week – Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge at Disneyland appears...

Interactivity trends in visitor attractions at InfoComm...

During the recent InfoComm trade show in Orlando, Blooloop and its partner Avixa ran an education session looking at interactivity trends in visitor attractions. The...

Illuminated River lights up London’s bridges in...

London's bridges are being illuminated in a new project to create the longest public artwork in the world on the River Thames, offering a free attraction for Londoners. ...

Microsoft using AI to preserve cultural heritage as...

Microsoft has announced the latest addition to its $125m AI for Good programme, AI for Cultural Heritage, which uses artificial intelligence to take on challenges in...

GameWorks’ new venue in Silicon Valley will have...

GameWorks is heading to Silicon Valley, taking its eighth venue to Westfield Oakridge. The new location will feature a dedicated esports lounge and new experiences. ...

Heartmatch app is the Tinder of artworks at the High...

The High Museum of Art has launched a Tinder-style app for art, Heartmatch, which allows users to swipe right and swipe left on artworks they like or don't like. The...