:: TECHNOIR ::
The biggest and most popular night club in Mid-Town. It has two floors, a high tech light and Interface show, live music and almost any sort of diversion possible. This is where the corporate elite rub shoulders with the low lifes in relative comfort, as the Metro-Police make frequent walk throughs, turning a blind eye to the rampant drug and trip trade, only looking for fights and prominent criminals, or assisting the club’s security teams when able.
Exterior: Sector Six is in the middle of the 37000 block of Anthem Avenue, Mid-Town. The front is floor to roof smoked glass with a virtual view of the inside’s crowd set to the club’s music. Lines usually stretch for ten to twenty meters in either direction, being held at bay by a pair of doormen that are more machine than human. They ensure that the club does not go too far over legal capacity in order to keep their fines low. The virtual sign above the club reads “Sector Six” in blue lettering that fades to a series of holograms of very beautiful and larger than life girls and guys dancing on the dance floor, then the bartender happily getting drinks for a crowded bar, then a couple slow dancing as they kiss romantically, before it splashes “Sector Six” once more.
Interior: Sector Six is a huge, circular room of black steel beams with opaque smoked glass walls that reflect the crowd and the light show. The room is laid out as a series of concentric rings. It is decorated by blue neon. Small virtual geometric shapes float through the room and interact with the patrons, bouncing off of them as well as each other, changing shapes and colors as they do so. Patrons will make games out of hitting these shapes into each other and playing a sort of “volleyball” with others.
The inner most ring is a raised dance floor that is fifteen meters in diameter, with a black steel railing and two ramps that lead to the second ring, which is a three meter wide recessed area with tables and black sofas that face the dance floor.
The dance floor also has two ramps to the outer ring, which is four meters wide. It has a black steel railing keeping patrons from falling into the recessed middle ring. On the outside of the outer ring, against the wall, is a line of booths that take up two thirds of the perimeter of the room. The last third of the outside perimeter is for a well stocked and very large bar with thirty stools and two full time bartenders.
The second floor is accessed by one of three spiral staircases from the main floor’s outer ring. That floor consists of one outer ring, slightly wider than the outer ring of the main floor (five meters). Like the main floor’s outer ring, it has booths running the majority of the perimeter, but has tables set along the black steel railing, overlooking the dance floor. The second floor is quieter and darker than the first floor, allowing for more meaningful conversations.