Canon has teamed up with the renowned filmmaker and director M. Night Shyamalan to create an immersive booth experience inspired by his upcoming thriller film, Knock at the Cabin. The booth, named “Knock at the Cabin: An Immersive Movie Experience,” allows visitors to enter a life-size replica of the cabin from the movie, located in a true-to-life forest in the middle of the CES show floor.
The experience is powered by Canon’s new VR and imaging technologies, which allow visitors to interact with characters from the film in photo-realistic VR through the use of “doppelganger” actors. Visitors can also search for clues on how the story ends and speculate on fan theories in an “escape room”-like environment.
The booth experience was designed with Shyamalan’s creative directorial style in mind, and he was heavily involved in the process. The immersive experience is sure to be a hit with movie fans and technology enthusiasts alike, as it provides a unique and exciting way to experience the world of the film.
I was completely blown away by how realistic it was. I was actually afraid! It felt so real. I loved being able to interact with the characters of the film. It was a great demonstration of the power of AR (augmented reality). I’m hoping that this technology reaches wide adoption and becomes a regular part of our movie-going experience.
Absolutely, the Knock at the Cabin booth is a must-see for anyone attending CES. The combination of Canon’s cutting-edge technology and Shyamalan’s creative vision has resulted in an unforgettable experience that is sure to leave visitors talking long after they leave the show floor.