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Brogent plans Attack on Titan content as company also prepares to open trio of flying theatres in 2024

Attack on Titan will be the subject of a new flying theatre film from Brogent, with the company also planning the launch of new projects in the US, Mexico South Korea and Hong Kong




Attack on Titan Episode 4 is the latest Attack on Titan release produced by Brogent for flying theatres

Flying theatre specialist Brogent has three new projects set to arrive later this year, with two new premium flying films from the company also set to be released.

Brogent is opening flying theatres in the US, Mexico, and at the 11 Skies Mall at Hong Kong International Airport in 2024, while a state-of-art motion theatre featuring Brogent's premium 6DOF simulation system will also land in South Korea this year.

Complementing the company’s industry-leading technology, two new premium flying films add to the action. The first, titled It's Africa, is a 10K immersive experience showcasing the African continent’s stunning beauty and wildlife. For the second, Brogent is utilising the wildly-popular Japanese manga series Attack on Titan, for Attack on Titan Episode 4.

Brogent’s film offerings also extend beyond its dome screen format, with the company also offering VR experiences and more.

According to Brogent, its technological strides include the development of an advanced LED dome screen with resolution and brightness exceeding traditional projectors by over ten times, along with outstanding contrast and image quality.

With the introduction of new technologies and the expansion into high-quality flying film licensing, in 2024, Brogent says that it is dedicated to elevating the overall experience within the media-based attraction industry.

From waterpark suppliers and media specialists to creative designers, dark ride producers and operations specialists, Planet Attractions has gone to every corner of the globe to find out what’s hot in 2024. To see the full Supplier Showcase, click here.


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Brogent plans Attack on Titan content as company also prepares to open trio of flying theatres in 2024

Attack on Titan will be the subject of a new flying theatre film from Brogent, with the company also planning the launch of new projects in the US, Mexico South Korea and Hong Kong




Attack on Titan Episode 4 is the latest Attack on Titan release produced by Brogent for flying theatres

Flying theatre specialist Brogent has three new projects set to arrive later this year, with two new premium flying films from the company also set to be released.

Brogent is opening flying theatres in the US, Mexico, and at the 11 Skies Mall at Hong Kong International Airport in 2024, while a state-of-art motion theatre featuring Brogent's premium 6DOF simulation system will also land in South Korea this year.

Complementing the company’s industry-leading technology, two new premium flying films add to the action. The first, titled It's Africa, is a 10K immersive experience showcasing the African continent’s stunning beauty and wildlife. For the second, Brogent is utilising the wildly-popular Japanese manga series Attack on Titan, for Attack on Titan Episode 4.

Brogent’s film offerings also extend beyond its dome screen format, with the company also offering VR experiences and more.

According to Brogent, its technological strides include the development of an advanced LED dome screen with resolution and brightness exceeding traditional projectors by over ten times, along with outstanding contrast and image quality.

With the introduction of new technologies and the expansion into high-quality flying film licensing, in 2024, Brogent says that it is dedicated to elevating the overall experience within the media-based attraction industry.

From waterpark suppliers and media specialists to creative designers, dark ride producers and operations specialists, Planet Attractions has gone to every corner of the globe to find out what’s hot in 2024. To see the full Supplier Showcase, click here.


 



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