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DOF Robotics brings Marvel magic to Thailand


144 seats, full dome screen, and AR and VR elements. The flying theatre consists of six 6DOF motion platforms with 24 seats each, and


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visitors to the experience can also enjoy a 4D motion ride, as well as have the chance to meet their Marvel heroes face-to-face. “Marvel heroes are popular because of their extraordinary skills; they run fast, fly, jump, and do incredible things. We wanted to create an attraction where guests can


Highlander new for 2019 at Hansa-Park


Highlander, the world’s tallest and fastest Gyrodrop Tower, is set to arrive in Germany’s Hansa-Park in 2019. Standing at 120m and reaching speeds of 120km/h, Highlander features tilting seats and a 103m drop – breaking all previous records. Highlander, manufactured by Funtime, seats 24 riders, and comes with its very own musical score provided by IMAscore. The ride will become the park’s exclamation mark, towering over the Bay of Lübeck – combining a spectacular view with a freefall experience. The ride is set to be an essential part of Hansa-Park’s new theme-area Beautiful Britain, which will include the classic Nessie coaster, too.


he Megabanga mall in Bangkok has welcomed the Marvel Experience, the first Marvel branded attraction in South East Asia. DOF Robotics designed and installed the flying theatre project, which is centred around a 4D cinema with


experience the same feelings,” said Bakit Baydaliev, DOF Robotics CEO. The Marvel Experience is open to visitors of all ages. The rides utilise technologies


to prevent motion sickness in spite of the 3G force experience and 360°rotations, and DOF Robotics’ recent Hurricane VR 360 was the recipient of the IAAPA Brass Ring Award Winner for the Best New Product. “All these factors are important parts of creating something unique, unforgettable, and addictive,” Bakit commented. DOF Robotics, along with local partner Hero Experience, hopes the attraction will boost tourism in Thailand.


Two new thrills for Busch Gardens


A double helping of fun is set to arrive at Busch Gardens and Water Country USA in spring 2019. Busch Gardens will unveil a Screamin’ Swing ride from S&S - Sansei called Finnegan’s Flyer and Water Country USA will debut Cutback Water Coaster by ProSlide Technologies, Virginia’s first hybrid water coaster. Riders will soar high and swing out over the cliffs of


the Celtic coast on Finnegan’s Flyer, located in Busch Gardens’ Ireland village adjacent the Loch Ness Monster roller coaster. The attraction features two pendulum-like arms that seat 32 riders, and will reach a height of more than 80ft and speeds of 45mph. Cutback Water Coaster is coming to Water Country USA – a water propulsion ride that will


merge two unique technologies, a water jet propulsion system and saucer feature. With the RocketBlast technology, Cutback will drive bigger boats at higher speeds, and move riders up longer, steeper inclines. Thrill-seekers will board a four-person raft, speed along an 856ft slide, jet through tunnels and slide onto the wide-open space of massive saucer-shaped features.


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