Milano a Memoria
Spazio cinema ed eventi
Piazza Armando Diaz 7 angolo via Gonzaga, 20123 Milan
Science Gymnasium: Scientific documentaries in virtual journeys from the sea depths to the interplanetary space. Beautiful 3D digital images, animated by the special effects of 5D: movements of the seats movements as well as air and water special effects. Made in collaboration with CNR, NASA, INGV.
Milano a Memoria is a film library and 2D and 5D cinema - for 3D projections enriched with exciting special effects, chair movements, and air and water effects. The environment is characterized by particular stage reconstructions of the landmarks of the city's culture: the Duomo, the Teatro alla Scala, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II and the Castello Sforzesco.
Saturdays and Sundays at 5pm
Closed on August
Reservations must be made at least 3 business days ahead for single visitors, at least 7 days for groups.
Cancellation policy: it is possible to cancel up to 3 days before the visit in order to be refunded the cost of tickets minus service fee. Further cancellations and no shows are no refundable.
5D Journey into Science
Milano a Memoria is a film library, 2D and “5D” cinema (engaging digital 3D reconstructions plus movements of your chair and special air and water effects create the “5D” experience). The space is characterized by stage reconstructions of landmarks of the Milan cityscape – the Duomo, the Teatro alla Scala, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, and the Castello Sforzesco. Videorama Lombardo shows “5D” virtual journeys in a total duration of 30 minutes.
Discover the secrets of the dolphins – ride the waves with them, learn how they live and communicate. Your chair will move, and gusts of wind take you on an exciting journey, in harmony with the dancing and jumping dolphins.
Take a virtual journey along the marine food chain from plankton to jellyfish, to fish and large whales. This adventure is filled with stunning 3D images accompanied by special effects.
SMALL CELESTIAL BODIES (5D)
Go on a virtual journey between planets and moons in search of small celestial bodies. Meteorites and comets meet the artificial satellites man sends into the universe to understand natural phenomena - and reveal their secrets.
Where does the tremendous and destructive force of a tsunami come from? How does the Tsunami wave move and grow, rising far above the coastline, above the people, animals, and buildings it meets?
Perceive the original causes, starting with the Big Bang and the movements of the earth, and understand the impact on land of these phenomena that start from the bottom of the ocean – all thanks to the exciting special effects of the “5D” Science Gymnasium.