Park News

Interactive kids’ water game Spinning Rain

Spanish manufacturer Amusement Logic has shared details of its new interactive kids’ water game, Spinning Rain. A mobile double-jet water game, Spinning Rain’s blades are rotated by the pressure of the jets at their ends. On turning, they pour circular rain onto the base. Perforations allow the base to act as a sump, so water can be recirculated within a closed circuit. The game consists of crossing the curtain of water without getting wet, or chasing one of the jets, or letting yourself be chased by them. The rotation speed alters with variations in the water fl ow, so it can be programmed to make random variations and surprise the children, or the speed can be changed depending on age.

ITL Bill acceptor

A bill acceptor (CBA9) designed specifi cally for Southeast Asia has been introduced to the market to simplify cash handling for OEM’s that export throughout the region. Already seeing success in China, fi eld-proven banknote validator CBA9 is a cost-effective bill acceptor and boasts a quick transaction time (2-3 seconds) and advanced note-to-note processing capabilities. With its enhanced sensing technology, the CBA yields a high acceptance rate for the Southeast Asian currencies and its modular design means it can be upgraded to add a note recycler to suit customer needs. It is particularly suited to vending and amusement industries.

LAI Games launches Virtual Rabbids Hygiene Kit

LAI Games’ new Hygiene Kit for its hit virtual reality attraction, Virtual Rabbids: The Big Ride contains retrofi ts to hardware components on the game including a sanitising wipe dispenser to sit between the seats and a trash receptacle directly built into the handlebar mechanism. Over $150 worth of consumable parts include disposable face masks, replacement heavy-duty headstraps, PU leather face pads and 3 canisters of sanitising wipes.

New high-precision target shooting game

On Point, supplied by Unis Technology, represents the latest in advanced airsoft technology with the aim of creating a realistic simulation of real-world target practice. The game features both single player and multiplayer game modes and is equipped with a high-precision BB pellet hit-position detection system. The games are housed in a shock-absorbent soft plastic surrounding for added safety. This game also has a leaderboard to drive competition. Certain games are extremely competitive and can be expected to perform well in Esports venues.

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sanitising at amusement parks

High-density, crowded environments like amusement parks require a hand-sanitising solution that is tailored to their needs. Creative Serving’s freestanding, countertop or wall-mounted station can be placed in high-traffi c areas such as the store entrance and counters. Foot pedal operated hand-sanitising stations eliminate the need for replacing batteries or using electricity, which saves time and money, and the freestanding station can be bolted to the fl oor to stand up to daily high- volume use. Durable antimicrobial powder coated steel further reduces the risk of a virus spreading, and the station can be branded with custom graphics to fi t in with an amusement park’s identity.

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