In this attraction, guests remain standing on two-by-two platforms. It is described as part dynamic simulator, part flying theater. The motion and the immersion are enhanced by the stand-up position. Special effects have been added such as scents, blast, leg ticklers, water, and wind to transport visitors into the experience. The stand-up platform is designed to provide a high throughput relative to the compact footprint to serve a variety of venue sizes and types such as FECs, museums, amusement parks, zoos and aquariums.
“We’re excited to meet our clients, prospects, partners, and friends in London! We have a lot of announcements and projects to share”, said Yannick Gemme, Triotech VP Sales and Marketing. He added, “The European market is strategic for Triotech and we work in close collaboration with our French Division CL Corp to develop exciting attractions aimed at this segment.”
Triotech will hold a press conference during the show on September 13, announcing a project with a top player (theme park) in the European Market that is now expanding internationally.