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tthe scene will reveal for visitors to enjoy. “Beware, however” continues Lagotronics Projects CEO, Mark Beumers, “each candle flickers for only a few seconds … The final scene is mesmerising, with all ghosts


he scene will reveal for visitors to enjoy however” continues Lagotronics P


Beumers, “each candle flickers for only a few seconds … The final scene is mesmerising, with all ghosts dancing and celebrating at the huge ball to honourdancing and celebrating at the huge ball to honour knight Kunibert’s return!


knight Kunibert’s return!


When leaving the ballroom, through a castle o the right, visitors will see knight Kunibert ridi g his horse across the castle’s drawbridge to attend the huge ball. An Epson laser projector on a transparent projection screen is used for the projection . “The aser projector was chosen because of the low heat generation and low maintenance,” says Mark.


Entire r de designed by Lagotronics Projects theming and installation.


When leaving the bal room, through a castle window twindow to the right, visitors will see knight Kunibert riding his horse across the castle’s drawbridge to attend the huge ball. This is created by video projection using a transparent projection screen and llaser projector.


Entire ride designed by Lagotronics Projects Lagotronics Projects designed and delivered the entire ride; from concept design and storyline to production, Lagotronics Projects designed and delivered the entire ride; f om concept design and storyline to production,


Mark explains: “Voice actors were hired to record theming and installation.the storyline for this ride. The storyline is played thrMark explains: “Voice actors were hired to record ide. The storyline is played


ough spe kers installed in the vehicles. This isn’t tthe stor line for this


he only sound incorporated into the vehicles; the tshorough speakers installed in the vehicles. This isn’t to the vehicles; the


und effects of the interactive devices are emitted tfhe only sound incorporated i


installed along the entire track for the background from the vehicles’ speakers. In addition, speakers the entire track (supplied by ART


eractive devices are emitte


music, to complete the experience.” are installed alon on th


ack (supplied by ART Engineering). This


rom the vehicles’ speakers. In addition, speakers are sound effects of the i


The audio is triggered by the positions of vehicles Enginee tring) for the background music, to complete the experience.”


ht time. The story is told at the start and end of the on the track. This ensures that the audio fragments start to play at the right time. The story is told at the start and end of the scene, to immerse visitors in Kunibert’s adventure.


ort pre-show


ouse visitors’ curiosity about what lies ah ad! to the dark ride: one to view the previous scores and one on which part of the storyline is shared, to arouse visi Ators’ curiosity about what lies ah sehad! Another sscreen has been hung just before the station, which


cene, where visitors can bring four pain ngs to life displays the rules of play and safety measures.


ensures that the audio fragments start to play at the rigThe audio is triggered by the positions of vehicles scene, to immerse visitors in Kunibert’s adventure. Two monitors have been installed at the entrance to the dark ride: one to view the previous score and one on which part of the storyline is shared, to ar Two monitors have been installed at the entrance Another screen has been hung just before the station, which displays the rules of play and afety measures. t the start of the ride there i


using their interactive devices. The people in these e e, where visitors can bring four paintings to life using their interactive devices. The people in these paIin the vehicle, each player has his own score adventurous r de!


At the start of the ride there is a short pre-show spcaintings transform into ghosts. This is the start of an adventurous ride!


tings transform into ghosts. This is the sta t of an display, allowing each individual to see how many points are scored during the ride. Are higher scores allowing each individual to see how many points are cored during


ride. Are higher scores p ssible, or


In he vehicle, each player has his own sco e display, possible, or is an individual on track to beat the high sscore? When the exciting tour ends, everyone can iview their personal scores on the live score monitor. he exciting tour ends, everyone can view their personal cores on the live score monitor. Are they happy


s an ind vidual on track to beat the high score? When tAre they happy with the result or do they want to stackle the exciting adventure again and improve their wiscore?th the result or do they want to tackle the exciting adAll of the foregoing is controlled by Lagotronic’s Projects show control, a 19’’ rack that is equipped l, a 19’’ rack th t is equipp d


venture again and improve their score? Projects show contr


with all the technology needed to make the adventure run smoothly.


All of the foregoing is controlled by Lagotronic’s with all the technology needed to make the adventure run smoothly.


Voice actors were


hired to record the storyline for this ride. The storyline is played through speakers installed in the vehicles. This isn’t the only sound incorporated into the vehicles; the  the interactive devices are emitted from the vehicles’ speakers


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