The miniature 3D projected chef is back, this time serving up a dessert on the very table guests are dining at. CIE talks to Skullmapping to get an insight into how restaurants can offer this experience to customers
Integration specialist Paradise InfoTech was tasked with installing an entertainment and control system (including a ‘chicken button’) for the curiously named, The Crack Shack. The only issues being that there are no doors, windows or walls surrounding the new open-air restaurant’s dining area. Zack Paradise tells CIE how he tackled this…
After an incredible reaction to Le Petit Chef, the Skullmapping team is serving up a new entrée, Le Petit Chef – Bouillabaisse. CIE goes behind the scenes to discover all about the 3D projection mapping phenomenon
There is no doubt that the amount of technology going into clubs, bars and restaurants has increased dramatically over the last few years. But who are some of the manufacturers that can help you deliver the best in the business?