How to make a fiberglass statue?

The production method of fiberglass animal sculpture sculpture refers to the use of various plastic materials (such as gypsum, resin, clay, etc.) or hard materials that can be carved or sculpted, such as wood, stone, metal, jade, etc. , agate, aluminum, FRP, sandstone, copper, etc.), to create a certain space visible and tangible art image, to…

The Experience Disconnect: What You Want vs. What Your Guests Want

Designing a guest experience can be a fun and innovative exercise.  Whether you are starting from scratch, revamping an existing attraction, or fine-tuning your operating model, this is the chance to be creative and provide something that you genuinely want your guests to experience.

But here’s the question… do they want to experience what you want them to experience?

Is there an argument for building real-world connections between themed attractions across the globe?

Over the course of the last couple of decades, increasingly easy and inexpensive international travel has made the world feel smaller; making the appeal of such ideas limited, even as recently as five or ten years ago. Why would I want to look at Orlando through a window, when I could just fly there tomorrow? But as we all begin to finally wake up to the evidence climate scientists have been waving in our faces for several generations — perhaps flying to Orlando tomorrow isn’t the best idea — and the separate realisation that something like Covid-19 can ground flights without much warning, the idea of seeing the world without actually travelling very far may become more appealing. The future of themed entertainment may well be a hybrid, combining in-person visits with virtual experiences set in far flung locations.

The test seats for Revenge of the Mummy at Universal Orlando are restrictive and very public

The Big FAT Problem in the Attractions Industry

Featured Photo Credit: This essay contains mentions of weight numbers, percentiles, and size-related traumatic experiences and may be triggering to those with such experiences or eating disorders.  You’re 12. You’re excited. You’ve waited all year for the summer to come and school is finally out! You and your friends are headed down on a…

7 Soft Skills You Need to Succeed in Experiential Entertainment

The nature of modern employment, particularly in the  experiential entertainment industry, is incredibly fluid–and becoming more so all the time. Few people can expect to be in one job for life. In many ways, that’s a positive thing. You can look forward to a long and rewarding career.  You just need to embrace a continuous state of learning, upskilling, and reskilling. 

Falcon’s Creative Group Announces ÄEONXP™ Ecosystem, The Future Of Immersive Entertainment Experiences.

The ÄEONXP™ ecosystem redefines traditional brick and mortar entertainment by introducing guests to multifaceted levels of engagement that allow them to personalize their experiences across theme parks, live events, branded destinations, location-based entertainment venues, or individual attractions. A key feature is its ability to be networked across multiple sites and experiences, connecting guests to a larger universe of play and possibility.

Custom made decors

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The Future of Themed Entertainment – The Obsessed Show Podcast

I tell my students consistently that if you want to succeed in industry (any industry) you have to have more than the technical ability to work within a specific skillset. You must continually practice and develop dispositional skills such as the ability to community with others, be adaptable to different situations and be willing to learn and grow. In education, we call this having a growth mindset.

The Art of Presenting

Dreaming up and building incredible, themed experiences that will be enjoyed by millions of people all over the world is truly an amazing experience. It’s one that requires the dedicated work of passionate individuals who collaborate as a team to deliver the business goals of a client. It’s important to understand how ‘the presentation’ fits into the project process and how to assemble and deliver one successfully.

Water park design Plan process

1.Investment planning: Investigate the market, economy, and peer competition of the project, determine the market positioning of the project, determine the reasonable investment quota of the project and the investment ratio of each functional module. 2.Brand planning: According to investment planning ideas, based on market positioning and attractiveness, determine the project brand strategy and competition…

Lighting the Way: The Time is Now

How the Location-Based Entertainment Industry Can—and Should—Do More to Ensure a Brighter and More Prosperous Future We live in an age of unprecedented change. A host of converging forces—technological, social, cultural, environmental, economic—are transforming the world around us at a pace never before seen in human history. The world is getting smaller and more interconnected.…

Not Your Average Tourist

An Attraction Designer Explores Universal Studios Islands of Adventure; by Adam M. Berger, ITEC Productions This article originally appeared in ATTRACTIONS MANAGEMENT magazine and is re-printed here by permission. Visit the magazine on-line at: It’s been a long time since I’ve been able to enjoy a theme park the way an average tourist does.…

Using Theming Foliages

Design Toolchest: Using Theming Foliages by Brett Peterson of Commercial Silk Int’l What is Themed Foliage? Themed foliage is the process by which a designer selects a pallet of artificial foliages from hundreds of foliage varieties in order to be used in combination together to create a desired theme. How should you evaluate and choose…