Mad Systems Inc.

18 November 2014

Mad Systems integrates three exhibits at Discovery Cube Los Angeles

Opened on 11/9/2014, Discovery Cube Los Angeles is the newest cutting-edge, state of the art children's science center in Southern California. 

Mad Systems was responsible for the audio/visual design and integration and special effects for the Aquavator simulated ride/theater and the Helicopter Tours simulated ride/theater as well as the structural and mechanical design and engineering for a 20ft indoor tornado as part of the Park Science exhibit (which was also controlled by a touch screen interactive which Mad designed and integrated).

Mad worked with multiple fabrication firms, design firms and media firms to get this job done on a short time frame and helped the client stay on goal with budget and time frame concerns- in the end over delivering a quality product which all teams were ecstatic with.

Check out this article from the Los Angeles times about the opening of Discovery Cube LA which features photographs of the recently completed and opened museum:

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