The Bourne Stuntacular opens at Universal Orlando
The Bourne Stuntacular, based on Universal Pictures’ Bourne film franchise, has opened at Universal Studios Florida as the most technologically-advanced stunt show yet. The all-new show will fully immerse guests in the world of Jason Bourne through groundbreaking technology, including an immense LED screen and high-tech props, to incredible live performers executing extreme stunts at heights up to 22 feet (7 m), and practical effects that will have guests feeling gusts of wind and the heat of explosive flames.
The Bourne Stuntacular features some of the most advanced technology of its kind, including automated vehicle tracking systems, pinpoint-accurate projection mapping and more. Technology pushes the boundaries by way of an LED screen measuring 3,640 square feet (338 sq m) at 130 feet (40 m) wide and 28 feet (9 m) tall. There is advanced projection mapping working seamlessly alongside the cinema of the show, projecting pin-point accurate images on top of moving scenes. One of the largest structures ever created for a Universal show is a lift sitting beneath the stage measuring nearly 20 feet (6 m) wide. Capable of lifting and rotating two vehicles 280º, the lift raises and lowers vehicles independently from seven feet (2 m) beneath the stage to above stage level.