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Red Raion taking new CGI content to IAAPA Expo Europe 2019

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Red Raion, the CGI studio specialising in media-based attractions, is taking its new CGI content to Paris for the IAAPA Expo Europe 2019.

The company is now preparing to exhibit at its fifth IAAPA Expo Europe from September 17 to 19 at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles.

At this year’s IAAPA Expo Europe, Red Raion will be presenting a new CGI film, Black Hole – The Multiverse War, which will be available soon for license in VR, 5D and Dome.

Black Hole – The Multiverse War begins with a meteor shower as enemies attack. A small robot then arrives to assist visitors, helping them dodge enemies and leading them to the black hole.

Red Raion presenting new CGI film at IAAPA Expo Europe

Red Raion will also showcase Aladdin – The Bachelor Party, its latest CGI content, specifically designed for media-based attractions.

The ride film takes viewers on a journey within a sequel story to Aladdin. The title is available now for license in VR, 5D and Dome.

The premiere of Black Hole – The Multiverse War takes place at Red Raion’s IAAPA Expo Europe stand, number 412.

To experience Aladdin – The Bachelor Party on a real flying carpet, guests can head to CL Corporation’s booth, number 1924.

CGI content designed for media-based attractions

Earlier this year, Red Raion announced a new brand identity, focusing on CGI content production for the attractions industry.

“We think that having just VR in our brand positioning today is a bit too limiting,” said Valeria Rizzo, PR and Business Development Director at Red Raion.

“We started brainstorming together and think that CGI is definitely more suitable. Plus it’s true. Our content is all made in CGI and we are focused only on media based attractions.”

The company also recently joined forces with Unlimited Leisure Holdings to create an immersive custom-built film, Miko & the Spell of the Stone.

Images: Red Raion

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Bea Mitchell

Bea is a journalist specialising in entertainment, attractions and tech with 10 years' experience. She has written and edited for publications including CNET, BuzzFeed, Digital Spy, Evening Standard and BBC. Bea graduated from King's College London and has an MA in journalism.

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