Of the bright new stars of Seattle nightlife, Infinity features state-of-the-art holographic and sonic projection systems, known for its spectacular light shows, images, and music. The club’s design is meant to enhance its appeal, with plenty of gentle curves, and cunning use of dark glass and mirrors to give you the feel of near-infinite space, even with the biggest crowds. Whatever night you choose to visit, you are virtually guaranteed to see some of the best musical and dance acts in the metroplex.
- Infinity also guarantees some of the best-secured private rooms in the ‘plex.
They use a color-coding scheme from red to violet, with a premium for their
top-flight “ultraviolet” suite. In terms of both nightspot and meeting place, the
club is gunning to displace Dante’s Inferno.
- A popular rumor says the rivalry between Infinity and Dante’s is entirely manufac-tured to boost interest in both clubs. Given that nobody seems to know who actu-ally owns Infinity, and that the information is hidden beneath kilometers of red tape and shell corps, it’s entirely possible Dante owns both clubs, or that Infinity really is a rival intent on toppling the Inferno from the top-spot. Who knows?
- One thing to watch out for: Infinity’s state-of-the-art holography system can also scan as well as project. It would be incredibly easy for it to make high-resolution scans of anyone just walking into the place, sufficient to recreate their image in exacting detail. I leave it up to you to list all the reasons why someone might want to do this.