Tuesday, March 10, 2009



A tip from Gothamist, that the sensory immersion at the Coney Island Aquarium will extend beyond the smell of fish sticks at the snack bar.

From the Associated Press:
"The New York Aquarium's 4-D Immersion Theater will combine the experience of a 3-D film with a variety of sensory effects built into the theater's seats and environment. The sensory affects include water mist, a neck air blast, snow, bubbles, leg ticklers, scents, enhanced floor lighting and seat vibrations."

3 comments:

K. Telle said...

Did you see this:popshifter.com/2009-03-30/how-long-until-we-have-smell-o-vision

the oblitterati said...

Thanks for the tip! Now just combine all of these things into a machine that extrudes figurines of John Waters from melted LPs and make ONE MILLION DOLLARS!

sapna rawat said...

http://visionwithoutglassesx.com/