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Kraftwerk Living Technologies presents Night at the Manor

Immersive theatre attraction is suitable for the whole family

Night at the Manor

Kraftwerk Living Technologies (KLT), a leading-edge AV systems integrator, has followed up the launch of its first turnkey Transforming Theater attraction, Sun Dark, with the announcement of a second immersive theatre attraction, Night at the Manor.

This is an experience suitable for both young and old and takes guests on a magical adventure, featuring many surprises and innovative uses of technology, with a story by Fractal Picture.

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Kraftwerk Living Technologies has created this new concept to meet the rising demand for high-end turnkey solutions and reliable technology.

The visitor experience starts in the attraction’s queue line, where they are separated into two groups in the pre-show area. They are then told the story of a long-abandoned stately manor outside of town that is about to be demolished – but not before one last adventure. The following 4D experience sees them accompanying a group of teenagers, plus one curious cat, as they attempt to find a magic music box.

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Throughout the adventure, there are many special effects, motion and larger than life visuals, with a finale that transforms the screen and the theatre. Night at the Manor is a complete package, offering an easy to operate, action-packed attraction with a high throughput and a surprise reveal at the end.

Earlier this year, Kraftwerk Living Technologies presented a brand new product, Sun Dark. This immersive Transforming Theater attraction uses the company’s award-winning Hybrid Dome mechanical and visual platform, for a unique high-end entertainment product that also delivers an important message.

Last year, the company also added Chinese and Russian language versions of its newly revamped website, in order to engage with a larger audience. The website is now available in four languages, English, German, Chinese and Russian, meaning that the company can better communicate with customers and partners in a more targeted way.

All images (c) Kraftwerk Living Technologies, Fractal Picture

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