5D miracle Tour
Gigantic 5D screen-room set up in them park

02 May 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

In the Japanese theme park Huis Ten Bosch, an impressive"5D" Miracle Tour takes visitors on an underwater journey. The gigantic screen-room is created with 156 flat panel TVs from Sharp measuring 60-inches each.

5D Miracle Tour

We have seen plenty of examples of impressive display projects and recently Sharp exhibited a display cube. LCD TVs have become thinner and the bezels have been reduced significantly in the recent years.

5D Miracle Tour
5D Miracle Tour


The Japanese have created this 5D Miracle tour using 156 Sharp LCD TVs measuring 60-inches each. The bezels on the LCD panels are extremely slim, which makes the bezel conjunctions almost invisible. The 156 TVs are mounted on both walls, in the roof and on the floor, creating an immersive experience. The 5D tour tells an 8 minute long story of a mermaid named Sirena. New stories will be introduced later on.

The 5D tour is open to 32 people at a time and you can experience it for yourself if you are near Nagasaki (Sasebo City) and the theme park Huis Ten Bosch.



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