Attention Hunger Games fans. The Hunger Games: The Exhibition has officially opened to the public and is home to the world’s largest interactive touchscreen display.
Located in the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, the one-of-a-kind attraction celebrates the epic journey of the story's protagonist, Katniss Everdeen, showcasing iconic costumes, props, and film set recreations within a dynamic replica of the world of Panem.
The attraction also features several galleries alongside the record-breaking touchscreen display such as the Hall of Justice, President Snow’s Office, the Tribute Train, and District 13.
Created by Victory Hill Exhibitions - The Hunger Games: The Exhibition (USA & Singapore), this huge touchscreen measures 56.24 m² (605 ft² 59 in²) and is used as an archery training experience designed to provide guests with the skills to "join the rebellion".
"We strive to create unique, one-of-a-kind attractions, and the 60-foot wide interactive touchscreen offers patrons an unparalleled experience as they dive deep into the world of Panem," said Welby Altidor, Group Chief Creative Officer of Cityneon Holdings and Victory Hill Exhibitions.
"Our immersive attractions are designed with the latest technology to create hands-on interactives, and receiving a Guinness World Records title validates the quality, precision and creativity we put into every project."
The exhibition had its grand opening with a ribbon cutting on the evening of 6 June where Guinness World Records adjudicator, Michael Empric, was onsite to announce the historic achievement and present the record holders with their official certificates.