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An Innovative new Mobile Zip Line


Distributors Innovative Leisure have an- nounced the UK and European launch of the new Mobile Zip Line from Spec- trum Sports. Voted Best New Product at IAAPA, access to a 28ft-high plat- form is via a 30in-wide staircase. Riders enter a protective launch barrel before being attached to the line and are slowed at the end of the ride by a new Auto-Retract® braking system.


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HUSS tower for Dorset Olympic venue


HUSS Park Attractions is building an observation tower on the Weymouth, Dorset, seafront. To be operated by Merlin Entertainments, the 53m (174ft) tower, which will provide 360 degree views over the English Chan- nel and surrounding countryside, is due to be completed in time for this year’s Olympic sailing events which are set to take place in Weymouth and neighbouring Portland. The structure is being built on the town’s Festival Pier and will feature a rotat- ing gondola of 12m in diameter.


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Polin supplying slides for new Thai waterpark


Polin are to supply waterslides for the new 14-acre Cartoon Network Amazone waterpark, currently under construction in Bang Saray, near Patta- ya on Thailand’s east coast. Scheduled to open in 2013, Cartoon Network Amazone is a nod to the Amazon Rain- forest which incorporates attractions featuring popular animated series and toon heroes including ‘Ben 10’, ‘The Power Puff Girls’, ‘Johnny Bravo’ and ‘The Amazing World of Gumball’.


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Samsung adding to the Eye experience


The capsules on EDF Energy’s Lon- don Eye have been fitted with state of the art Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 devices in a move designed to im- prove the flight experience of visitors. The interactive guides enable guests to access key information about what they can see by touching the land- mark on the screen or by searching its name to find it. In addition to in- formation about 44 famous London landmarks, guests can enjoy 24 hour time-lapse photography, 360˚ day and night views from the Eye itself and bird’s eye views of some of the landmarks as well as a ‘look inside’ a number of the structures.


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