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the less you see where the effect is coming from,
the more it will surprise your visitors.

Integration in theme parks is one of our favorites, designing a decor integrated with the right effect: a canon that delivers puffs of smoke, a dragon that blows real fire.... Offering an extraordinary live experience to the visitor.  We are no strangers drilling holes in stages from where flames, smoke or confetti comes up offering a whole free platform for the artists and surprising the viewer as things seem to appear out of nowhere.


'Le Ballet des Ombres Heureuses'

For the second year in a row, ACT lighting design created a giant mapped lighting and shadow theatre on the side of the cathedral in the Place du Château in Strasbourg. The immersive 360° experience used as many environmental elements as possible, but FX³ was asked to integrate all technical equipment like speakers, rigging and lights in the background, making them virtually invisible.

La Folie Douce

La Folie Douce is all about dancing in ski boots at the top of the slopes. To provide an unforgettable experience for their guests, the open air club did not hesitate to make full use of our special effects range, integrated into pieces of decor designed and installed by yours truly.


For attractions like a haunted house, it is essential that visitors don't notice the special effects until they are very close. That is why, every Halloween, we integrate mist, smoke, fire and even pyrotechnics for spooky events all over the country. This year, Walibi Belgium once again organized the biggest and scariest Halloween event in Belgium and FX3 realised two haunted houses and scare zones with top notch integration of special effects. 

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