Leading digital image capture company, Picsolve, has announced a brand new Experience Wall at Madame Tussauds London in celebration of Meghan and Harry’s big day.
No need to panic if that Royal Wedding invitation got lost in the post. Just visit Madame Tussauds London for a chance to be captured with the UK’s most talked-about couple.
Picsolve’s 15ft Experience Wall offers a selection of backdrops, including cutting the wedding cake to relaxing on a private beach. With the attractions photographer on hand to capture the perfect moment, a right royal souvenir is guaranteed.
The Experience Wall is made up of floor to ceiling HD screens, replacing what would have been a traditional greenscreen backdrop. When the content is captured, the visitor is unaware that the backdrop turns chroma green for a split second. This enables the post-production touches to be applied.
This new enhancement to the Madame Tussauds visitor experience follows Picsolve’s acquisition of US-competitor, Freeze Frame, in September 2017. The Experience Wall is already providing unique souvenir images at other world-renowned global attractions, including One World Observatory and National Geographic Encounter: Ocean Odyssey, both based in New York City.
Meghan and Harry ‘the perfect couple’ to showcase the new technology
The installation is the latest phase in Picsolve’s constantly developing product suite. The Experience Wall is a flexible solution that can be adapted to suit any destination. Possible applications include displaying social media feeds or providing a unique backdrop to gigs.
“We are hugely excited to be launching the Experience Wall in Europe and believe there is no better couple than Harry and Meghan to help showcase the technology,” stated David Hockley, CEO at Picsolve.
“Madame Tussauds London is one of the most recognisable destinations in Europe and we believe this is the ideal opportunity for us to cement Picsolve’s position as the number one content creation partner for world class destinations.”
Image of Meghan and Harry figures courtesy Madame Tussauds London