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Published January 6th 2015
Australia’s First Multi-D Interactive Cinema
We were strolling around the Bakehouse Quarter at North Strathfield when a staff member from Super D Cinema ushered us inside to look at their interactive simulation rides. The simulations feature motion and surround sound, and there are 3D graphics and special effects such as snow, wind, rain and bubbles that give riders the sensation that they are part of the movie or video game. In some of the movies, riders use a laser gun to shoot at the screen and at the end of the film is a scoreboard to show your rank in shooting accuracy. Each film is 10 – 15 minutes depending on the ride.
Image from Super D Cinema facebook page
There are ten films at present to choose from and this number will increase over the next year. They have a special price of $15 per person for the first ride, then $10 for the second ride. If a group of five arrive, the fifth person gets in for free.
Super D Cinema is Australia's first Multi-D interactive cinema and has only been operating for two months. This venue is a special and unique place to take the family or go with a group of friends. Once you're finished at Super D, there are numerous cafes and restaurants nearby.