SAINT CÔME DE MONT MUSEUM – C47
MANUFACTURING OF THE SIMULATOR OF NORMANDY DISEMBARKATION, IN THE C47 OF SPIELBERG FOR THE SAINT CÔME DE MONT MUSEUM
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The aim of the Museum of Mont Saint Como is possible to simulate a landing in Normandy in a real C47: D-Day Experience!
Three years after the worldwide success of the film “Saving Private Ryan”, Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg prolonged with the “Band Of Brothers” exploitation of the human dimension of the Second World War series. To make these as realistic as possible movies, the production house is equipped with enormous resources, including an old C47 aircraft, which had been used to drop troops in June 194
Specializing in the design of dynamic cinema and study in automation and mechanical office, the company CL Corporation will transform the aircraft into a real attraction!
CL Corporation realizes for this client :
– The overall technical consulting room, the feasibility study and technical and architectural drawings
– The dynamic platform for the dynamism of the whole aircraft
– The video system in the windows of the aircraft to allow greater immersion
– A unique attraction in the world
– Renewal of the museum with spectacular entertainment
– Highlighting of historical fact so innovative and creative
” Reliving disembarkation”
“We want to support the public the disembarkation on the Normandy coast in 1944, says Christophe Lucchini, founder of CL Corporation. As the paratroopers, visitors embark English side in the old cabin before a flight that looks agitated. “We will lift the tail of the plane to 8 m high. People will feel like taking off and landing, “says Christophe Lucchini. At the end, visitors will be let loose on the beaches of Normandy. “It’s been years that we have this idea. We want to show under what conditions the paratroopers arrived. With the C47, we hope to attract young people, “argues the director of the historical center of Saint-Côme-de-Mont, in Normandy. Opened in 2005, this museum is housed in a former American and German command. His new toy is expected in May 2015.”