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14 October 2014

World's first indoor movie theme park to be powered by Delta Media Server

Set to open in December 2014, the highly-anticipated Wuhan Movie Theme Park in the Chinese city of Wuhan - four hours by rail from Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou – is now taking delivery of Delta Media Server systems.

The three-storey Theme Park, owned by Chinese conglomerate Wanda Group, will have six state-of-the-art immersive and multi-dimensional movie ride experiences - making it the first indoor movie theme park in the world. Theatre experiences include a 5D theatre, 4D theatre, Interactive Theatre, Space Theatre, Flying Theater and an Experience Theatre. Designed by Mark Fisher, Creative Art Director behind the Beijing Olympic Ceremonies, the London Olympics and Guangzhou Asian Games, the building’s design inspiration has been drawn from the essence of ChuHan culture.

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