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Technifex has a product in the closing stages of completion, which is currently known as the Water Web. A grid of indi- vidually controllable rain curtains, the Water Web can be programmed to cre- ate a maze for guests to move through, which can be simply reconfi gured by a computer. During the day the Water Web can act as a play feature, but at night – or under controlled lighting conditions


PREMIER RIDING IN INDONESIA


Premier Rides is building the signature attraction for the new Trans Studio Theme Park at Bundung Supermal in Indonesia. This will be the fi rst launch coaster in Indonesia using a magnetic system and the train will travel forward and backwards. The ride will reach its maximum speed in just over two sec- onds, create a one G experience and execute a 180-degree turn. Premier Rides is known for its high-tech magnetic launch roller coasters and global supply of traditional roller coasters, observa- tion wheels, towers and water rides.


– it takes on a different appearance. With changing lighting and projected imagery, the Water Web can create a mesmerising show to provide a nighttime attraction, or a backdrop for a concert or special event. California-based Technifl ex was founded in 1984 and is a world leader in the design, engineering and fabrica- tion of unique show and special effects systems for theme and waterparks.


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TimePOS – a touch-screen EPoS appli- cation to power front-of-house sales and customer management – has been designed by Open Frontiers. Created ground-up for the leisure industry, it facilitates the high-speed process- ing of admissions and on-site sales, across multiple sites and franchises.


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Murphys Waves has launched StingRay and WavePlay. StingRay is the world’s fi rst half pipe design skim boarding ride and has been nominated for Best New Product by WWA & IAAPA. It uses a thin layer of high-pressure water over a sloped, curved ride surface so rid- ers can enhance their speed and manoeuvrability. The low-powered WavePlay machine generates waves in shallow water and is aimed at children up to the age of 7 years.


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