The first circus dates back to 1768, when its first show was given in London. Since then spectacular performances have been attracting large audiences all over the world. Their integral part has always been animal taming.
The world of circus
Dogs riding bikes, seals juggling with balls or shows with dangerous wild animals (including lions, tigers and bears) have always been some of the key attractions. However, the brutal treatment of animals has been in for more and more criticism.
Roncalli, a German circus, being aware of the controversies brought about by animal tamers, decided to revolutionize its shows.
Since 2017, not even a single animal has appeared there. They have been replaced by 3D holograms.
The audience can admire a spectacular multimedia show on the 32-metre tall circus ring
With the sound of music on, white horses displayed on the particles dispersed in the air begin to gallop.
The shows are really spectacular; the holograms are created by 11 laser projectors.
Most importantly, the performance is perfectly visible from any corner in the circus tent.