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PRODUCTS IPC PLAYS HOLE IN ONE RIDE ON THE DARK SIDE


The world’s fi rst 7Di attraction – the new XD Dark Ride – has just been re- leased on to the market by Triotech. Features include realtime 3D stere- oscopic graphics, special effects for a multisensory experience, surround 360 sound, interactive adventures, a curved screen for an immersive experience and the world’s fast- est gun system. Founded in 1999 by Ernest Yale, the Canadian-based company is a leading manufac- turer of interactive attractions.


fun-kit.net KEYWORD: TRIOTECH PARKOUR'S NEW RANGE


A new range of urban-inspired rec- reational equipment, Lappset Parkour Solutions, has been launched by Lappset Playworld. Recently voted Sports Prod- uct of the Year in Finland and designed in conjunction with Parkour profession- als, the collection includes three pieces of equipment. The Pyramid Climber is ideal for practising vaulting; the Spider Cage allows users to try lots of differ-


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Canadian playground equipment manu- facturer International Play Company (IPC) has released a new attraction called 3D Indoor Mini Golf. Well suited to family entertainment centres, the game is priced per hole depending on the com- plexity of the individual hole design and theming, and includes all components of the actual hole, such as foam curbing, a 3D carpet, a sub-fl oor surface, paint- ing, theming, golf clubs and balls. IPC's products are sold worldwide and buy- ers include family entertainment and shopping centres and day care centres.


fun-kit.net KEYWORD: IPC PYTHON RAFT WATER RIDE


Canadian-based WhiteWater West’s latest family raft ride, the Python, swal- lows four to six-person circular rafts through open and enclosed sections of adrenaline-pounding drops. The attrac- tion is 67ft high and 592ft long and its MEGAtube technology allows for ‘fl ume in fl ume’ capability, designed to create a unique water ride experience.


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ent moves on one piece of kit; and the Tic-Tac Cube forms the basis of many parkour routes, allowing practition- ers to jump from and to it. Parkour, the latest innovation in extreme sports and which originated in France, is the art of travelling from one point to an- other, negotiating obstacles along the route, such as buildings and street furniture, as effi ciently as possible.


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