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THE LITTLE PRINCE NEW FOR 2012
Take a wonderful journey into
worlds of make-believe!
Discover the all-new adventures of The Little Prince in this special
“Futuroscope edition” of the tale, complete with stunning sensory effects in
an immersive theatre. Fly with him from planet to planet in search of the Rose.
3D images, vibrating platform, thrilling effects, and more. Pure entertainment!
A technological marriage made
The platforms you stand on are rigged
to deliver a range of special effects to
accompany the 3D images. The effects
fulfil the dream: a ground that judders
and shakes, rain, clouds, leg ticklers,
smoke, blasts of air, falls, soap bubbles,
stroboscopes, and more.
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry,
father of The Little Prince.
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry was a pilot in the Aéropostale airmail service and a
novelist; he published The Little Prince in 1943. The tale is aimed at children
and adults, and is one of the most widely read books in the world. It has been
translated into over 250 languages.
The theatre of make-believe,
cradle of daydreams.
This shining white droplet represents
ostensible clarity that hides great
complexity. The theatre that seems
an immaterial object barely skimming
the earth, depicts dreams taking shape.