CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS (November 2020) – CambridgeSide (CambridgeSide.com) and Parker 3D (Parker3D.com) have announced the world premiere of GoPixelYourself (GoPixelYourself.com), an ‘instagrammable museum’ creating an experience for all ages, and immerses visitors in color, texture, and scale. Opening on Friday, November 20, GoPixelYourself will offer a limited engagement Holiday experience through January 1, 2021. The carefully curated exhibition will include rooms featuring a 747-jet ready for holiday flight, a virtual blizzard of snowflakes, Santa’s sleigh with live Santa visits each weekend, and other magical holiday surprises.
“Having built interactive entertainment worldwide, we are proud to debut GoPixelYourself in Greater Boston,” says John Carter, Chief Executive Officer of Parker 3D. “Our holiday exhibition provides an edgy, interactive attraction sure to delight visitors of all ages,” he adds.
Parker 3D’s GoPixelYourself is the next generation in the selfie-museum genre and features never-before-seen enhancements including:
- 13 rooms of distinctly different experiences and moods.
- 12,000 square feet space with 4,000 square feet of ever-changing animated digital video wall.
- Over 9 million pixels of video entertainment.
- Automated cameras delivering animated movies, GIFs, and selfies to each visitor.
- Every guest receives a website link to download photos and videos of their experience.
Visit GoPixelYourself.com to reserve your spot. Tickets are $30 per person.
“We are thrilled to introduce GoPixelYourself.com, an ‘instagrammable’ experience for all ages,” says Melissa LaVita, Senior Marketing Director of CambridgeSide. “Make a day of it. Do some holiday shopping, grab lunch and make unique holiday memories at GoPixelYourself. This is a limited engagement; purchase tickets today at GoPIXELYourself.com and plan your day at CambridgeSide.com,” she adds.
The experience is designed with for your safety. All visitors will be in their own private groups of up to eight people with pre-reserved times. Every guest receives a non-touch fever check upon entry. Additional safety procedures include hand sanitizing stations, cleaning after every group, touchless cameras, social distancing protocols and more.
Headquartered just outside New York City, Parker 3D creates worldwide digital video installations throughout North America, Asia, the Middle East, and the Caribbean. The Parker 3D team has worked directly with Jeffrey Katzenberg to develop a series of DreamWorks multimedia experiences and has delivered Warner Brothers experiences with augmented reality apps for Christmas Story, Elf, and the Polar Express. The company also produced and operates the ever-changing video display windows for Bloomingdales’ flagship store in New York City.
Parker 3D is led by John Carter, a former Bostonian who has been known for street art, giant art installations, TV appearances, and art furniture. Local fun fact: Die-hard Bostonians may remember Carter’s Tile City commercials from the early 90s, featuring the dancing, singing Bill the Tile and Shirley City. Carter created metal graffiti along with Johnny Swing and JJ Veronis that was featured in media worldwide including FOX, NBC, Asahi Network Japan, Fuji Network Japan, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Fast Company, and more. Mr. Carter was cited by the New York Times Magazine as one of the artists most likely to change culture. Parker 3D technical director Carson Williams is best known for his own house which he featured in a video light show synchronized to the music of Trans-Siberian Orchestra; the home appeared on the Today Show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show and was the star of a Miller Light commercial. For more information on Parker 3D, visit Parker3D.com.
The reimagined CambridgeSide is a place to shop, dine, indulge and relax. CambridgeSide features one great waterfront location with over 80 shops and restaurants in Cambridge, MA, just steps from downtown Boston. CambridgeSide’s mix of retailers includes Apple, H&M, Superdry, Sephora, Macy’s, Best Buy, T.J. Maxx and more. The diverse mix of restaurants boasts Massachusetts’ first World of Beer and The Cheesecake Factory, in addition to over 15 other eateries. CambridgeSide is located near top tourism attractions including the Museum of Science and Charles Riverboat. CambridgeSide is handicapped and MBTA accessible (Green Line T to Lechmere Station or Red Line T to Kendall Square to the free CambridgeSide Shuttle Bus), and offers attached, covered parking. For directions and information, call 617-621-8666 or visit CambridgeSide.com. CambridgeSide is a New England Development shopping destination.