Time Machine, Media Hall Zaryadye Park
Zaryadye Park is an urban park located close to Red Square and adjoining the Moskva river in Moscow, Russia. The Time Machine is an elaborate attraction, forming part of an impressive 8500m2 media centre that was built to house exhibitions about nature, architecture and the history of Russia. The Time Machine features a cylindrical screen with a 16.5M diameter and a total screen surface of 259m2 utilising our signature Pro+ perforated aluminium screen product.
Guests are able to walk freely whilst this fabulous attraction takes them on an enchanting journey back in time through Russia’s history, from the formation of Moscow, how Napoleon saw the city burn down to the ground and the military council at Fili during the Patriotic war. Special effects including wind, smoke and smell, stimulate all your senses during this unforgettable journey through Russia’s history.
For this project we partnered up with Kraftwerk Living Technologies, who were responsible for the screen design, supply and installation and for the special effects and the system integration, LANIT Integration group was responsible.