Macau City of Dreams is a resort and casino located on reclaimed Estr. do Istmo, Macau. We offer complete City of Dreams tour packages, destination best tour offers and travel deals and Destination holiday packages for family. City of Dreams is a resort and casino along the Cotai Strip in the Cotai reclamation area in Macau, China. It is built, owned and managed by Melco Crown Entertainment, formerly known as Melco PBL Entertainment. City of Dreams is Melco's second mega-sized property in Macau. It is located directly opposite The Venetian Macao, the first property in Cotai, opened by Las Vegas Sands Corp.
One installation is called the Vquarium. These four video walls measure nearly 61 feet wide and 22 feet tall. Constructed in the United States in several pieces for ease of transportation and for on-site installation. It weighs 10,000 kg.
Behind each of the four sections sits a rear projector that displays images on the acrylic. Water cascades down the acrylic faces to enhance the sub-sea ocean scene that is projected on each wall. The Vquarium debuted with the opening of the complex on 1 June 2009 with larger than life mermaids that swim onscreen and into the distance at the end of the short show. The mermaid show was conceived and executed by Falcon's Treehouse.
A second installation designed to enhance the environment of the retail area features a large water sphere. The finished sphere measures 8 feet (2.4 m) in diameter. A hole in the top of the sphere allows water to be pumped through the inside of the sphere and bubble out the top before gently cascading evenly down the sides of the globe into the catch pool below.
Franco Dragone Entertainment Group has created a new show entitled The House of Dancing Water at the Dancing Water Theatre designed by Pei Partnership Architects. The theatre contains one of the largest commercial pools in the world, holding approximately 3,700,000 US gallons. The 270-degree theatre in the round has a central stage with a diameter of approximately 25 meters, surrounded by sloped seating on three sides for as many as 2,000 theatre patrons including a V.I.P. section of 70 seats. The theatre arena has a 40-meter-high steel trussed space (30 meters clear) providing generous height to the show’s display of acrobatics. Thinkwell Group, a design and production firm based in Burbank, Calif., designed the audio, video and communications systems for the show.The show, which incorporates various design elements such as fire, water effects, and atmospheric effects, opened on 17 September 2010."The House of Dancing Water" was the recipient of a 2012 Thea Award for Outstanding Achievement for a Live Show Spectacular.
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