Immersive Audio Production


In the pursuit of creating an exceptional passenger experience at the new Kansas City Airport (KCI), Dimensional Innovations turned to Phosphor Studio for audio production and our production stage. 


Gain peace of mind and soar with confidence as Kansas City Air Travel Experience takes flight. This lifelike, tech-heavy simulation, housed within a decommissioned Airbus A321 fuselage, provides a true-to-life flying experience. This innovative project aims to ease the fears of anxious passengers and create a familiar environment for future flights.


Capture audio from filming in the main production studio, record voiceovers in the vocal booth, and design immersive soundscapes for the 15-minute simulation.


With a passion for perfection, Royce, the studio’s lead audio engineer recorded audio from actual flights and crafted sound design elements to create a truly immersive flying experience. Months of collaboration between DI, their clients, and the Phosphor Studio team culminated in the successful completion of a one of a kind audio-immersive experience.


By having all the necessary production elements under one roof, Phosphor Studio enabled DI to save time and avoid the hassle of porting assets from one studio to another. With a long-standing working relationship between the two, the production and post-production processes flowed seamlessly, ensuring timely delivery.


Phosphor Studio’s collaboration with DI highlights not only the studio’s cutting-edge tools and expert team but also their unwavering commitment to an excellence production.


From the immersive soundscapes to the captivating visuals, this simulation elevates the airport experience and leaves a lasting impression on travelers. 

“In so many ways, this airport is a model for similar efforts across the country. The Kansas City Air Travel Experience showcases the innovative and creative possibilities in airport design and technology.” – U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg

“Peace of mind for travelers with needs pertaining to the autism spectrum, anxiety, dementia, hearing/visually impaired, claustrophobia, aerophobia/fear of flying, new or uncertain travelers” – Kansas City International Airport

To top