Dynamic Attractions introduced five innovative, new attractions at the recent Asian Attractions Expo in China. The event, occurring for the first time in Beijing, will help fuel the country’s rapidly growing amusement industry. “Dynamic Attractions has built rides on nearly every continent except Antarctica,” explains Peter Schnabel, Dynamic Attractions President. “The exploding growth of the industry in Asia makes the Asian Attractions Expo an irresistible location to launch our full product line.”

The new product line is expected to be a hit at Asia’s largest gathering of amusement park operators. 5,000 attractions industry professionals from 60 countries have flocked to the event.

“This year’s event is among the most lively ever seen the Asia-Pacific region,” states IAAPA President and CEO Paul Noland. “It’s packed with a wide array of international manufacturers and suppliers.” The event sold-out two months ago and set a new record for exhibit space. 

Dynamic Attractions list of new attractions proves that today’s amusement industry has moved far beyond its origins. Today’s amusement park goers want attractions that deliver ‘experiences.’

“We focus on making the rider feel like they are in the middle of an adventure movie, surrounded by sights and sounds that are as thrilling as the ride itself,” explains Peter Schnabel, Dynamic Attractions President. 

All of the company’s new attractions rely heavily on advanced media. They are:

- Flying Theatre -

Flying Theatre™ - In Dynamic Attractions’ Flying Theatre, the floor disappears and riders discover that they are suspended in air. It is the safest, quietest, and smoothest new ride available and has broad appeal to the widest possible demographic.

Here's a short video showing how the attraction works (most of our Readers will surely notice the similarities between this ride system and Disney's Soarin'. The video even uses some footage of the Golden Gate Bridge):

- Immersive Transporter -

Immersive Transporter - A full sensory experience that is so powerful, riders feel they are traveling on an amazing adventure. The Immersive Transporter surrounds adventurers with gripping special effects. The attraction’s unique, multi-axis base provides True Off-Road Action™, the industry’s highest level of realism.

Here you are another short preview video for this ride system, which definitely seems suitable for use in the rumored King Kong attraction that is currently under construction at Universal's Islands of Adventure:

- Trackless Ride Vehicle -

Trackless Ride Vehicle - A nimble, 4-12 passenger rover that zips forward, sideways, vibrates, and turns on a dime. It moves without the restrictions of a fixed track amid stunning special effects.

- Circumotion Theatre -

Circumotion Theatre™ - Circumotion Theatre takes riders to the other side of the galaxy and through undersea caverns. It is in an immersive experience in a dome theater that lifts, tilts, drops and rotates at breathtaking speed.

- SFX Coaster -

SFX Coaster™ - A combination roller coaster and dark ride that creates thrills through advanced track engineering and high-tech media. (CLICK HERE to learn even more about this particular ride system)

A short video-presentation showing some of the highlights of the experience offered by this ride system:

“All our dynamic media based attractions place the rider in the middle of a thrilling experience,” adds Schnabel. “It feels like magic to them.” The illusion is made possible by the synchronicity of new projection technologies, advanced sound and precision engineering.  

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1 Comment(s):

Karen said...

Is the Gringotts ride similar to the SFX coaster? There appears to be similarities. The first ride reminds me exactly as Soarin only updated. Maybe Disney will update it to this.

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