Dubai: Here is what awaits you at Dubai Frame when it opens its doors for the visitors by the end of the year.
Dubai Frame or “Berwaz Dubai” consists of two towers of 150m height that are connected by a 93m bridge at the top.
A look from the bridge observation deck gives a pretty clear view of the city from a high altitude.
On one side, it conveys the images and buildings of Shaikh Zayed Road, to symbolise the modern city of Dubai, while the other side of the structure shows landmark areas of Deira, Umm Hurair and Karama, which symbolise the old Dubai.
The concept takes the visitor on a journey through time, starting at the mezzanine level, where visitors enter into an immersive experience representing the history of the city.
Projections, mist effects, smells, and motion create the immersive mood setting of the space. The Past Dubai Gallery embodies the idea of the project and tells the story of the evolution of the city and its past.
After that, the visitors are directed to the second experience on the Sky Deck level that represents the Present of Dubai.
The next experience is on the other side of the mezzanine level, where the visitor can see the Future Dubai Gallery. The concept of this gallery is to depict Dubai 50 years from now by creating a virtual metropolis through interactive projections and virtual reality technology. The visitors will exit the elevator onto the mezzanine floor to pass through a vortex tunnel with special lights and sound effects. The idea is to create an illusion of time travel through a warp vortex and arriving into the city 50 years ahead.