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Ankara, Turkey—Feb 8, 2005
Incredible phenomenon - movie theaters are full every morning; Turkish teachers shut down schools and send students to Cinema-Park to smell movies.
revolutionary attraction has opened in Ankara, Turkey. Cinema-Park is a cinema complex which has been upgraded to serve as an educational theme park. Groups of students, families and employees of organizations and companies are invited to go on a four-hour Theme Package Tour between the different movie theaters. At Each theater they experience a different aspect of the day's theme using different technologies.
The program currently running at Cinema-Park is called "Journey through the Universe". It explores Planet Earth, the Solar System, the universe and space research. At the 3D Theater, a stereoscopic movie depicts the creation of the universe, its vast expanses and minuscule building-blocks. At the Motion Theater, the visitors sit on what appear to be ordinary – albeit luxurious – cinema seats. But these are actually Smart Seats, with dual motion capability, 3 built in ticklers, a bass shaker, a scent system, air and water effects and personal speakers. The movie is a ride around our planet, with an emphasis on conservation, which is perfectly synchronized with movements of the Smart Seats and the special effects. The Music Theater introduces the audience to the intergalactic language of music, and how it is implanted in movies about space. The Music Theater is equipped with a state of the art sound system, but also with an exciting disco-like lighting system. Other "stops" on the tour are the Dark Theater, in which the emphasis is on imagination; the Interactive Theater, in which all the visitors compete in a trivia game using unique personal remote controls; and the Inspiration Theater.
Space is only one of a multitude of subjects addressed by Cinema-Park's Theme Package Tours, from specific curriculum subjects to social, civil and ethical subjects; tangible or theoretical; from inside the atom to the summit of the Everest.
Ori Yardeni, the initiator and founder of CinemaPark Network, says, "I come from a family of teachers. So I always knew, that good content alone, or good teaching methods alone, wouldn’t work. The art is to combine them, and to do so cost-effectively, too. That's the key to quality, profitable educational experiences."
Yardeni considers the secret of CinemaPark's appeal to be a carefully constructed balance between the educational elements and the fun elements.
"The Ankara CinemaPark is the first of five planned sites in Turkey. We have plans for 8 more CinemaParks in Europe during 2005, reaching approximately 40 CinemaParks globally at 2008", says Ami Dror, Marketing Director of CinemaPark Network.
About Cinema-Park Network :
Cinema Park Network (www.Cinema-Park.com) is a pioneer and an international leader in the production of multi-sensory educational films. Cinema Park brings a vast experience of more than twenty years in this field, and has successfully delivered more than 400 projects, such as the Millennium Pavilion in Disney World, Orlando, Cinematrix at the National Science and Technology Museum in Israel, The Time Elevator, Oceanarium, The Hula Nature Reserve and Coca-Cola’s visitors’ center and many more.
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