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ORLANDO – (Nov 12, 2007) – GestureTek Inc. – provider of gesture-controlled interactive multi-media displays and exhibits and immersive simulation systems for entertainment and ‘edutainment’ – will showcase its innovations in interactivity and immersive experiences at the 2007 IAAPA Expo (International Association of Amusement Parks & Attractions) on November 13th to 16th at Orlando’s Orange County Convention Center. In 2005, GestureTek won the IAAPA award for ‘Best New Technology Applied to Amusements’.
Tens of millions of visitors have been mesmerized by the 1,000-plus GestureTek installations at Location-Based Entertainment facilities all over the world. The company’s patented gesture-recognition technology allows people to entertain and educate themselves as they control and manipulate dynamic multi-media content, access information and enjoy interactive floor and wall experiences – using nothing but simple hand and body motions to control the display. They can even become immersed in a computer-generated landscape, where they see themselves interacting with characters and objects in real time. It’s a “Wii-like” virtual reality experience with no gear or equipment required.
Selected recent GestureTek installations for Location-Based Entertainment facilities:
View GestureTek’s complete Product Showcase Video at [here]
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