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Play Disney Parks creators reveal how to use app at...

Play Disney Parks creators have revealed how to use the app at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, explaining how to hack droids, translate alien languages, and pick sides. The...

VR attractions trends at InfoComm 2019: Social...

Blooloop partnered with AVIXA at its recent InfoComm exhibition and trade show to deliver an education session on VR attractions trends. InfoComm is a world-leading...

InfoComm 2019: trends in projection technology for...

Blooloop partnered with AVIXA on June 13 to present an education session highlighting trends in lighting and projection in the attractions sector. It took place during...

Google recreates Lion of Mosul with 3D printing for...

Using crowdsourced photos and 3D printing, Google Arts & Culture has recreated the Lion of Mosul, an ancient statue destroyed by ISIS in 2015 while it was on display...

Immersive water park Island H2O Live! opens with...

Island H2O Live! opens in Kissimmee, Florida, with guests taking 'the first slide of summer' and joining the official ribbon cutting ceremony. The immersive water park...

Technology trends in theme park attractions –...

Blooloop partnered with AVIXA June 13th at its recent InfoComm exhibition and trade show to deliver an education session on technology trends in theme park attractions. ...

Google Lens launches at San Francisco’s de Young...

San Francisco's de Young Museum has collaborated with Google Arts & Culture on Google Lens, which allows visitors to discover the stories behind paintings. Tricia...

Exhibition to display art created by AI humanoid robot...

An exhibition at the University of Oxford will showcase art created by the world's first ultra-realistic AI humanoid robot artist, Ai-Da. Named after the British...

Attractions news: Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge |...

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 prepares for opening,...

New deepfake AI tech creates videos using one image

Samsung's Artificial Intelligence Centre in Moscow has developed new AI software that can generate videos using just one image, known as deepfake technology. In a paper...