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Sally Corporation’s Laser Raiders Skeletons at Legoland Florida


SALLY CORPORATION Sally Corporation will be showcasing its popular dark ride, Lost Kingdom Adventure, which opened at Legoland Florida in October and will open at Legoland Malaysia in early 2012. The interactive, black light rides fea-


ture Lego’s Indiana Jones-type character, Johnny Thunder, in an exciting adventure set in an ancient Egyptian temple. The temple walls not only hide a trove of treasure, they also contain a secret,


high-scoring bonus target that almost guar- antees a win for the rider who zaps it with his or her laser blaster. The approximately 7,000sq ft (650sq m) black light, 10-scene


rides, have an increased capacity of more than 1,000 people per hour. Each operates with 17 four-seater custom Lego-style Jeep ride cars from Bertazzon.


THEMING AND ANIMATRONICS INDUSTRIES TAA will be profi ling its dual coaster Thai Master. The ride, which was installed in August at Mirabilandia, Italy, features 2,000sq m (21,500sq ft) of rockwork, fi ve giant fi breglass fi gures and two towers. TAA was recently appointed by Merlin


TAA’s dual coaster Thai Master in Italy CRUDEN


The 2012 global spec Cyclone Dryer has been installed at SeaWorld San Diego


HAYSTACK DRYERS The specialists in drying solutions will be exhibiting its new 2012 global spec Haystack Cyclone Dryer. The new model offers regional modular packages. For example, facilitating coin acceptance for France, RFID or bespoke cash and credit card solutions within the US. As with all of its dryers, it’ll uti-


lise the Hepa air fi lter and UV sterilisation air cleaning systems. The pre-scrubbed and sterilised air is heated and boosted through low noise, cross fl ow fans prior to ducting to oriented outlet channels. This cre- ates the unique drying vortex which, when combined with the infra-red heating system, ensures all guests warm up and dry off. The 2012 global spec Cyclone


Dryer has already been installed at SeaWorld San Diego and Legoland California, at Movie World Australia and Liseberg Theme Park in Sweden.


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Cruden will be showcasing its latest- generation Hexatech full motion driving simulators that it has just installed at Vortex Racing. The new Montréal-based attraction opens in November and is designed for both thrill-seekers and pro- fessional race teams. The electromechanical, 6-DOF simu-


lators use the exact same professional equipment that provide highly accurate force feedback and professional motion- cueing to racing drivers and engi- neers in Formula One and other international motor sport championships for training, race car development and off-track testing. Six of the


simulators sup- plied to Vortex Racing are equipped with formula-style


race car bodies while two multipurpose simulators have been designated for professional use. All eight can be linked together and feature a variety of inter- national race tracks and cars, allowing customers to progress up the ranks from Formula Ford 1600 to Formula One. Cruden is able to modify its simula-


Cruden’s simulators use the same equip- ment used to test professional race cars


Read Attractions Management online attractionsmanagement.com/digital


tors to exact specifi cations, supplying open or closed cockpits, fi tting car body- work or mounting actual vehicles into a motion platform. Its software offers a broad ‘pick and mix’ range of options which include vehicle models (the parameters for which can be changed exten- sively), tracks and race cars. Other upgrades are available throughout the long life of the simulator. ●


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Entertainments for the fourth time, this time to theme Sea Life Kansas.


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