Marina Bay Sands
Universal Studios Singapore: Sesame Street Space ChaseThe opening of Universal Studios Singapore's latest ride in March 2013 sees Ptarmigan continuing their relationship with the team at Resorts World.
Asian Attractions Expo 2013 June 5th - 7th SingaporePtarmigan is returning to exhibit at IAAPA's Asian Attractions Expo, this year to be held in Singapore from June 5th - 7th.
MGM Macau Grande PracaInspired by old-world European town centres and drawing together architectural influences from Lisbon and old Macau, the Grande Praca is at the heart of MGM Macau.
Universal Studios Singapore® Transformers The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle
City of Dreams Macau, Dancing Water Celebrates Its First Birthday
The “Dancing Water” at City of Dreams Macau celebrates its one year anniversary.
On the 16th September 2011 the “Dancing Water” and Maestro Yundi presented a special first year anniversary show. Since opening in 2010, there have been more than 380 performances to over 700,000 spectators.
Ptarmigan was lighting systems designer for the “Dancing Water Theatre”.
Universal Studios Singapore® Journey to Madagascar: A Crate Adventure
Fast on the heels of Galaxy Macau™opening, “Journey to Madagascar: A Crate Adventure” opens at Universal Studios Singapore®.
Inspired by the infamous Dreamworks film, the water ride joins the famous escapees from New York Zoo as they become ship wrecked on the beach at Madagascar.
Ptarmigan worked in partnership with White Light to supply the lighting hardware and controls in 2009 for the show lighting designed by Jeremy Windle of Lighting Design Alliance. In 2011 after a redesign of sections of the ride, Ptarmigan were appointed as integrators to complete the installation and to implement LDA's changes.
15th May 2011 saw the opening of Galaxy Macau™, the latest new casino to open on the Cotai Strip in Macao.
The multi billion dollar resort includes three hotels, 450 gaming tables, 1500 slot machines as well as a vast 4,000m2 wave pool and an artificial beach.
Ptarmigan has worked across the property, creating one of Asia's largest laser and light shows. The shows, which run every half hour each evening, were commissioned by Galaxy Macau™ to celebrate and attract visitors to the sparkling new casino.
On the inside of the casino, Jeremy Railton's Entertainment Design Corporation designed and produced two features, the “Fortune Diamond” and the “Wishing Crystals”. Ptarmigan was appointed to provide lighting integration services.