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3D/4D Theatre: A very positive EAS for Alterface

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Alterface’s interactive technology earned a big success at the Euro Attractions Show. If some of the visitors discovered for the first time the many interactive possibilities Alterface’s technology is capable of, it was also a pleasure to welcome our actual customers dropping by to see us in Amsterdam. Their comments and return on experience are always very positive and they don’t hesitate to share their success with colleagues on our booth.

The booth, quite an eye catcher with its giant skull cladding, hosted a real Pirate’s Plunder Interactive Theater and the game was played nearly non-stop during the 3 days show. This Theater has been sold to Koningin Juliana Toren Park in Apeldoorn and already sent there Friday evening! It’s the first Interactive Theater sold by Alterface in the Netherlands and the 30th worldwide.

Amongst all the positive news heard on EAS 2009 edition, we can clearly notice that the interactivity is a must have and that 4D cinemas are now the norm. A double good news for our company, well positioned on those two segments.

Our many visitors on EAS have been convinced by the always-growing number of Alterface’s Interactive Theaters around the world (6, 5 millions players this year!), the always-larger variety of themes and titles, but first of all by the maturity of our technology. We are then looking forward for new installations, more presence on the market and nice ambitious projects to come in the future!

For further information, illustrations or an interview with Benoit Cornet, CEO of Alterface, contact Olivier at +32/10.48.00.65 or email: olivier.vincent@alterface.com

About Alterface

Founded in 2001, Alterface develops, markets and implements interactive entertainment and/or education solutions. Initially a spin-off from the Université catholique de Louvain (Louvain-la-Neuve), Alterface today has 30 employees at its site in Belgium and a representative office in Los Angeles (USA). The company’s exclusive technology and expertise enable it to position itself as a key contact for its many clients, theme parks and museums, located all over the world. 

Discover Alterface’s know-how by visiting its website: www.alterface.com
You can also find Alterface on Youtube, Dailymotion, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Wikipedia and LinkedIn. 

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