5D Porn is now a thing, and yes, it includes water effects

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4D style in-theater effects are common for 3D movie attractions at theme parks and are gaining popularity in traditional movie theaters, but a new theater in Amsterdam is bringing the technology to a brand-new genre – porn.

Simply known as 5D Porn, the newly opened attraction combines motion seats and in-theater effects like wind, air jets, and, uh, water. Thankfully, scents are not included. A single theater with 18 seats screens six original adult films per hour. Dutch porn star Kim Holland helped produce the movies for the new attraction.




The new interactive adult theater experience is located in Amsterdam's De Wallen red light district. In recent years, Amsterdam has actively worked to decrease the size of the red light district and will put new restraints on blocking tourist groups from entering the district come next year. Despite these attempts to discourage tourism within the district the new attraction isn't worried.

In an interview with Dutch Review, a spokesperson for 5D Porn explained; "We are definitely not just going after tourists for our audience. It's funny because in Amsterdam even the Dutch people have an interest in breaking free from the norm. Come with your wife, have a laugh, try something different."



No word on if 5D Porn will look expand to other markets. In the meantime, there are plenty of more family-friendly 4D style theaters throughout Orlando, and the water effects there will surely be less cringe-worthy.


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