Royal Caribbean’s Revolutionary Tech


Seven Chapters, One Adventure: Revolutionary Technology Brings New Royal Caribbean Entertainment to Life

November 2021 – Revolutionary technology, robotics, live performers, physical scenery and more blur the lines between realities to create Royal Caribbean’s latest hit production, The Book, on board new ship Odyssey of the Seas. Headlining Two70, the cruise line’s signature high-tech venue, The Book takes audiences of all ages on an adventure of seven unique chapters.

It’s brought to life as one story by talented singers, musicians, aerialists, dancers, and boundary-pushing technology across six 100-inch Roboscreens and a one-of-a-kind backdrop comprised of 135 feet of 12K-resolution video projection screens. Get an inside look at what it takes to put on the new, unparalleled show from the cast, production crew and experts, and learn how Two70 sets the stage for a fully immersive experience unlike any other venue in entertainment.

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