A “time machine” will be installed at Zaryadye Park, Moscow's first new park in 50 years, which will be located on the edge of the river, within 300 meters of Red Square and the Kremlin.
A cyclorama of Zaryadye Park’s media center will translate short-length historical 3D films. The park’s visitors will have an opportunity to travel through different epochs and trace the history of mankind with the help of a cinema theatre and its cyclorama.
According to chief architect, Sergey Kuznetsov, a cylindrical form of the cinema hall will let the spectators to be wrapped up in the film. Apart from that, the media-screens showing images will be installed not just on the walls, but on the ceiling and the floor as well. Every “time travel” will take no more than 15 minutes.
The cinema theatre will be capable to simultaneously house 60 visitors. The height of the hall will amount to 12 meters.