May 6, 2016
Technomedia on board the Carnival Vista
MIAMI, May 6, 2016 – The stunning new Carnival Vista, currently on its maiden voyage, features an unparalleled array of entertainment and adrenaline-inducing thrill experiences. Technomedia was an integral part of the team that brought the ship’s new entertainment experiences to life, producing several elements for the new ship:
- “DreamScape” – Two spectacular LED displays, located in the Atrium and Casino provide a totally new approach to the marriage of high-resolution LEDs and image mapping technology. Imagery ranging from photo-realistic rain forest canopies, coral reefs and nature close-ups to surreal, swirling architectural “looks” and cascading water are mapped onto the complex curves of the 45-foot tall “vortex” shapes. In the Atrium, the images extend out to six LED portals on the ceiling, adding to the illusion of depth and height.
- “Camp Ocean” – Technomedia designed, engineered and installed a digital playground for kids ages 2-11. The littlest little ones — ages 2 to 5 —join the Penguin colony and engage in activities like Musical Icebergs and Ocean Bingo… even learning a thing or two about buoyancy! Stingrays are ages 6-8, who might be found enjoying Pirate Game Night, making sea salt art or even designing their own aquarium. The big fish are the Sharks — ages 9 to 11 — who really sink their teeth into playing Marine Life Trivia, creating a giant ocean mural, and scoring big with games and sports competitions.
Carnival Vista will operate a summer schedule of Mediterranean cruises through October. The ship will then reposition to New York for a pair of 11-day voyages in November 2016 before launching year-round six- and eight-day Caribbean cruises from Miami later that month.
For additional information, visit carnival.com.
About Carnival Cruise Line
Carnival, a unit of Carnival Corporation & plc (NYSE/LSE: CCL; NYSE: CUK), is “The World’s Most Popular Cruise Line®” with 25 ships operating three- to 16-day voyages to TheBahamas, Caribbean, Mexican Riviera, Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, New England, Bermuda, Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. The company currently has an as-yet-unnamed 133,500-ton ship under construction and scheduled to enter service in 2018.