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ISSUE 4 2011


p32, Feel the force at Star Tours


p26, Adler Planetarium’s top team describe their ground-breaking theatre


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p36, A sneak preview of Warner Bros Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter


58 Interview: Jeremy Reed


BALPPA’s new chief executive on how he’ll continue lobbying for the industry


60 Multimedia: Time after time


Experiences continue to be brought to life thanks to multimedia’s developments


64 Waterparks Wet solutions


A round-up of some of the latest water- park solutions launched this year


70 3D/4D/5D: At a cinema near you


The latest technology is being taken up by the industry, ensuring cutting-edge experiences are available for everyone


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78 Ticketing: Data driven


Advice for operators on how to use the customer data obtained by point of sale systems to generate additional revenue


80 Mystery shopper: A grave issue


Glasnevin Cemetery’s new museum recently received Thea and M&H awards. We fi nd out how the attraction has brought new life to this corner of Dublin


82 Product focus: FUN-KIT


A selection of the latest products avail- able to for the attractions industry


84 Buyers’ guide A source of attractions services


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