bbc earth experience: an epic new immersive attraction
Tinker imagineers teams up with Moon Eye Productions, Live Nation (UK) and BBC studios for BBC Earth Experience, a top-notch immersive attraction. Offering visitors the chance to experience the extraordinary diversity of our seven unique continents, on the most epic scale, featuring bespoke narration from David Attenborough.
Tinker imagineers was asked to do the experience and audio-visual design for this commission. Erik Bär, founder and owner, proudly talks about this new project Tinker is developing with world-class players BBC Studios, Moon Eye Productions and Live Nation: ‘BBC Earth Experience brings the beauty of nature closer than ever. With this new attraction we hope to create both wonder and awareness.’
BBC Earth Experience will showcase footage, including extended scenes, to fully immerse the visitor. Music from the BBC Studios Natural History Unit television series Seven Worlds, One Planet, will be projected on multiple multi-angle screens using the very latest digital screen technology. This new London attraction offers a truly transformative experience that will allow audiences of every age to feel like they have stepped into the natural world, losing themselves in boundless wonder as they travel to far flung places.
Visitors will take a majestic 360-degree audio visual journey as they marvel and explore iconic landscapes and connect with mesmerising animals on this epic adventure bringing environments to life. From fireflies putting on a spectacular light show in North America, to snub nosed monkeys huddling together to stay warm in Asia, and hungry hamsters fighting to keep their food in Europe, visitors will get to experience our seven continents in all their glory, like never before.
For BBC Earth Experience, Dutch agency Tinker imagineers collaborates with REDRUM, Danny Weijermans, Most, Bleeding Fingers, The Outpost and yfx lab.
More information about the experience and tickets: https://bbcearthexperience.com
Image 1 (header): Front facade © Woo Architects
Image 2: Macaws © BBC Earth Experience