Sunday, April 11, 2021

Issue 55: IAAPA 2014/InPark 10th Anniversary

Issue 55 Editorials

Chimelong Ocean Kingdom, Game Changer

An InPark roundtable • edited by Judith Rubin

From Shanghai 2010 to Yeosu 2012 to Milan 2015

How creative teamwork and private funding saved the US Pavilion • by James Ogul

VR: It’s Back for Good

Themed entertainment’s “golden age” is just warming up • by Brent Young

The Immersive Ingenuity of Attraktion!

Markus Beyr’s companies redefine international entrepreneurship
and themed entertainment genres • by Judith Rubin

Bumping Up the Bumpercar

New advances in bumper car tech appeal to operators

Celebrate 10 years with InPark

A special look back at our first ten years of serving the industry

 

Intellectual Property Values

The industry speaks out on the evolution and future of IPs • by Jan Shaw & Jim King

Cinematic Experiences For All

Exploring Wanda’s increasing role in the evolving Chinese themed entertainment landscape • by Joe Kleiman

Finding The “Big Idea”

IPM asks Gary Goddard about reurbanization, Central America and how to succeed in the industry

Curious About Everything

Meet Dennis Tanida, hospitality and themed entertainment architect

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