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Thread: Claustrophobia Installation?

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    Has anyone ever installed a claustrophobia in any other configuration other than just a straight hallway?
     

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    Someone on here said they had an extra long J shaped clostrophobia. I will search for the post.
     

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    I found the thread and the post

    only one like it anywhere....

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    We designed our own clausto hallway. Every one I have seen or heard about is a straight hall. Ours is in the shape of a J and is right at our exit. It goes forward 6 feet, turns left 4 feet, turns left again 4 feet.

    They go wild trying to make it through. If anyone chickens out they are let out a door that bypasses it.
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    It first sounded crazy to me but we have begun light construction for next year’s productions and removed our 16' Claustrophobia from a straight hallway to relocate it.

    We identified the new area but it's a hallway that makes two about 45 degree changes which would look a bit like the letter C from the top. There was no way of knowing if it would work until it was finished and I had my doubts but it is unlike anything I have ever seen. The corners where it's more restricted due to the concave degree changes the other side compensates creating a new form of havoc when going through. It's quite unusual, something we strive to achieve every day.
     

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