Address Mysteries of the Kube Futuroscope Chasseneuil-du-Poitou, France

The room of the former Imax 3D pavilion of Futuroscope is one of the most popular pavilions of the park with its screen facade of 35 by 25 meters.

Inaugurated in 1996, the Imax 3D pavilion projected films in this very rare format for the time. The 35 x 25 meter screen façade that characterizes the pavilion is an enlarged replica of the screen that was inside. The Imax 3D pavilion offered the largest projection room in the park.

It will close its doors in 2014 to be renovated into a 560-seat auditorium to host in 2015 the performances of the show Mysteries of the Kube. This show combines video mapping technology on a screen stage with acrobatic performances. After 5 years of performances, the Mysteries of the Kube is closing its doors to welcome a brand new experience in 2023.

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