At Amusement Logic we design and create leisure spaces and attractions, with the aim of bringing added-value and differentiation to our clients and thereby enabling end-users to enjoy a unique experience. That is why National Geographic has entrusted us to develop their new family leisure project: “Ultimate Explorer” in Metepec, Mexico.
Specifically, the space will have one of most distinctive attractions: Cloudland. The National Geographic team needed to integrate an activity area in which users demonstrate their physical skills and one which would provide a theming component in keeping with the other surroundings. After weighing up multiple options, they opted for this great game structure.
Cloudland is an attraction that helps to improve children’s agility and coordination, to develop their muscular resistance and to increase their spatial vision. It also encourages them to relate to each other, in search of solutions and combinations that allow them to climb as easily as possible.
In addition to the Cloudland, and for younger kids, the centre will also have a compact version of our Grassden.
As for the “Ultimate Explorer”, it is an indoor installation with a theme centred on adventures, which evokes the concept of National Geographic. Visitors will be able to find virtual reality activities, where there will be a simulation of a journey and landing on an unknown planet; an area in which to discover and learn about different fossils; a stranded ship, an area of interactive screenings and other activities that combine play, educational and adventure components.
We’re always proud to work together with our clients and make their leisure spaces a reality; on this occasion, that pride increases on collaborating with an entity such as National Geographic.