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Hello Park LLC, the world’s largest immersive park chain, has announced a new project with the StarParks division of Brazilian giant GSJ Group, the owner of Brazil’s largest indoor amusement park, Parque de Monica. Together, the companies have opened the world’s biggest children’s digital theme park, located in Sao Paulo.
The new park features brand new Hello Park products, such as an art installation in the form of a 6-meter projection waterfall which makes a great photo opportunity. Visitors can also discover the educational game “Magnets,” which teaches children economic literacy and product safety, and an unusual entrance projection, which every visitor can interact with, with the help of touch mechanics.
Set over a number of different zones, the content includes games that develop reactions, agility, coordination and other motor activities; engage in creativity and develop fine motor skills and imagination; or develop logic, attention and communication skills with team tasks.
An interactive musical table is an outstanding chance to engage children in the creative process through play.
A game in which children color pictures and then bring them to life and interact with them.
An interactive slope that children can interact with in different ways depending on the story.
Projections react to the movement of the swing set: the image zooms in and out together with the swing.
Kids play on an interactive floor which displays and conceals characters, objects, and animal friends.
Giant soft cubes get children’s attention right away. The task is to collect them using templates that are drawn next to each other on the wall.
In this game, players have to stand in front of a projection and jump as high as possible in order to catch all the objects that fall down from.
In an interactive sandbox, children dig and build, while the landscape changes in the process.
Children fold simple origami according to instructions and bring them to life on an interactive table.
Interactive Photo Booth Japan
The visitor chooses a character, takes a selfie and it comes to life on the screen
Characters out of plasticine, LEGO, paper, or other materials with the use of the scanner comes to life on the projection.
The special lantern is used to discover hidden objects, transport characters to the necessary locations, and provide support to the adventuring party.
In this game characters move around, fight monsters and earn points. But instead of a joystick, children control the game by jumping on a real trampoline.