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PRODUCTS TEMPORARY TURNSTILES


APT Skidata and Rapid Retail have joined forces to launch RapidStile – a new, rapid deployment automated turnstile solu- tion to control the access of visitors to some of the busiest outdoor events. Making its debut at the recent Chel-


MEDIAMATION GETS SEATED


MediaMation has unveiled the X4D Motion Effects Cinema Seat. On the heels of its X4D Motion EFX Attrac- tion seats, MediaMation's cinema version of the product is a modu- lar, patent-pending design which features 2 Degrees of Freedom to allow a fl uid motion of side-to- side and back-to-front tilts. Each seat comes standard with built-in seat transducers (vibrators). Entire theatres can be made interactive by installing atmospheric effects.


fun-kit.net KEYWORD: MEDIAMATION SILL LIGHTS UP WITH ARUP


Sill Lighting's range of 003 metal halide projectors have been used in a light- ing scheme designed by Arup for the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. The high-power projectors installed above the glass 'bolla' hous- ing the rainforest exhibit provide the life support lighting that supplements the daylight that enters through the skylights in the concrete structure of


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tenham Festival, UK, the joint venture takes proven access control technology from APT Skidata and the modular units from Rapid Retail to provide a temporary solution. RapidStile comes as a com- plete self-contained unit featuring six pre-installed and wired turnstiles with readers to handle multiple ticket types.


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the outer, living roof. Fitted in the space between the concrete roof and the 90ft diameter glass dome, they illuminate through the glass onto the rainfor- est canopy, with its spiralling path that leads visitors through the close-up rainforest experience. Arup specifi ed 140 one- and two-kilowatt 003 series high-power projectors from Sill, as the light source has a high PAR effi ciency.


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New from Mövenpick UK is a duo of Ice- Cream Scooping Stations. The sleek, contemporary mobile units make for compelling impulse purchase sales, offering operators the potential to capitalise on additional and profi table ice-cream sales. Each station is fully Mövenpick branded and designed to allow easy access to the displayed ice- creams for quick and convenient service.


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