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By Lauren Heath-Jones | Published in Attractions Management 2018 issue 4


Assassin’s Creed VR Maze will widen attraction’s appeal, says Triotech founder Ernest Yale

 

Ernest Yale, Triotech founder
 

Media-based attractions developer Triotech has partnered with Ubisoft to create Assassin’s Creed: The Temple of Anubis – a new free-roaming virtual-reality experience, developed exclusively for Triotech’s VR Maze attraction.

The hotly-anticipated experience, which was announced at last year’s IAAPA in Orlando, Florida, is based on the Assasin’s Creed videogame franchise.

“We’re really excited to partner with Ubisoft on Assassin’s Creed,” said Triotech founder and CEO Ernest Yale. “Already more than 100,000 people have experienced our VR Maze all over the world and this next chapter will definitely widen its appeal.”

The experience, which is set in ancient Egypt, allows guests to step into the shoes of the hero, Bayek.

In the game, players can explore temples, dodge arrows and experience the iconic leap of faith made famous in the franchise.

As the attraction is set inside a maze, players are able to physically touch the walls and obstacles that appear in the VR.

“We’re continuing our expansion into other areas of entertainment, leveraging our popular game brands such as Assassin’s Creed to create new experiences for fans and to capture the imagination of new audiences,” said Deborah Papiernik, senior VP of New Business at Ubisoft.

attractions-kit keyword: TRIOTECH


“We’re really excited to partner with Ubisoft on Assassin’s Creed,”

 



Assassin’s Creed: The Temple of Anubis was announced at the 2017 IAAPA Attractions Expo in Orlando, Florida

Alterface founder Benoit Cornet
on the creation of Le Kinétorium
for the Jardin d’Acclimation, Paris

 

Benoit Cornet, Alterface founder
 

Working with longtime collaborator Jora Vision, interactive and media-based attractions provider Alterface has created a new interactive attraction at the Jardin d’Acclimation in Paris.

Tasked with designing a ride in keeping with the park’s theming, Alterface and Jora Vision created Le Kinétorium, an interactive dark ride that takes guests on an adventure through the abandoned greenhouse of a mad scientist.

In the ride, the scientist has lost control of his creations – an army of mutant plants.

Alterface project managed the ride, which was brought to life with video and projection mapping. It features the company’s Salto! show control management solution, as well as its shooting technology.

Jora Vision was responsible for the design and build of the queue line, pre-show and main theatre.

“Le Kinétorium combines both technology and theming to make a strong attraction for young and old,” says Benoit Cornet, founder and CEO of Alterface.

“The capabilities of our shooting technology have allowed us to place some little gems, which are making a true difference. This adds a challenge and more dimension to the game for advanced players.

“More than creating some sort of emotional overload, we have worked on fine-tuning the attraction and this is what is generating most of the fun. It’s a great addition to Jardin d’Acclimations’s offering.”

attractions-kit keyword: ALTERFACE


“More than creating some sort of emotional overload, we have worked on fine-tuning the attraction and this is what is generating most of the fun. It’s a great addition to Jardin d’Acclimations’s offering.”

 



Visitors are tasked with stopping the mutant plants before they invade the streets of Paris

New waterpark will transform resort into one of Dominican Republic’s top family attractions, says Vortex president Stephen Hamelin

 

Stephen Hamelin, Vortex
 

The upcoming Circle Resort from Meliá Hotels International will feature a waterpark outfitted by Vortex International.

Located in Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic, the waterpark will feature four pools with three Vortex Elevations multi-level structures and four standalone water slides, as well as ground-level Poolplay elements to create a highly-immersive play area.

“We’re delighted to develop our aquatic play installations for Circle At Paradisus Palma Real and help make the resort a top destination for families,” says Stephen Hamelin, president of Vortex International.

Vortex was selected by both Sans and Meliá Hotels, due to the company’s expertise in creating imaginative and interactive aquatic play experiences, as well as its “sophisticated and elegant” designs.

“We’re convinced that the collaboration between Vortex and Meliá will enrich the experience of our clients,” says William Bernal Wall, VP of works and maintenance for Sol Meliá. “This agreement will bring them the joy of playing with water and creating memorable experiences for the whole family with innovative, sustainable, and recreational water features.”

attractions-kit keyword: VORTEX


“We’re delighted to develop our aquatic play installations for Circle At Paradisus Palma Real and help make the resort a top destination for families,”

 



Architect and concept designer Alvaro Sans created the waterpark
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Product Innovation

Suppliers tell Attractions Management about their latest product, design and technology launches

By Lauren Heath-Jones | Published in Attractions Management 2018 issue 4


Assassin’s Creed VR Maze will widen attraction’s appeal, says Triotech founder Ernest Yale

 

Ernest Yale, Triotech founder
 

Media-based attractions developer Triotech has partnered with Ubisoft to create Assassin’s Creed: The Temple of Anubis – a new free-roaming virtual-reality experience, developed exclusively for Triotech’s VR Maze attraction.

The hotly-anticipated experience, which was announced at last year’s IAAPA in Orlando, Florida, is based on the Assasin’s Creed videogame franchise.

“We’re really excited to partner with Ubisoft on Assassin’s Creed,” said Triotech founder and CEO Ernest Yale. “Already more than 100,000 people have experienced our VR Maze all over the world and this next chapter will definitely widen its appeal.”

The experience, which is set in ancient Egypt, allows guests to step into the shoes of the hero, Bayek.

In the game, players can explore temples, dodge arrows and experience the iconic leap of faith made famous in the franchise.

As the attraction is set inside a maze, players are able to physically touch the walls and obstacles that appear in the VR.

“We’re continuing our expansion into other areas of entertainment, leveraging our popular game brands such as Assassin’s Creed to create new experiences for fans and to capture the imagination of new audiences,” said Deborah Papiernik, senior VP of New Business at Ubisoft.

attractions-kit keyword: TRIOTECH


“We’re really excited to partner with Ubisoft on Assassin’s Creed,”

 



Assassin’s Creed: The Temple of Anubis was announced at the 2017 IAAPA Attractions Expo in Orlando, Florida

Alterface founder Benoit Cornet
on the creation of Le Kinétorium
for the Jardin d’Acclimation, Paris

 

Benoit Cornet, Alterface founder
 

Working with longtime collaborator Jora Vision, interactive and media-based attractions provider Alterface has created a new interactive attraction at the Jardin d’Acclimation in Paris.

Tasked with designing a ride in keeping with the park’s theming, Alterface and Jora Vision created Le Kinétorium, an interactive dark ride that takes guests on an adventure through the abandoned greenhouse of a mad scientist.

In the ride, the scientist has lost control of his creations – an army of mutant plants.

Alterface project managed the ride, which was brought to life with video and projection mapping. It features the company’s Salto! show control management solution, as well as its shooting technology.

Jora Vision was responsible for the design and build of the queue line, pre-show and main theatre.

“Le Kinétorium combines both technology and theming to make a strong attraction for young and old,” says Benoit Cornet, founder and CEO of Alterface.

“The capabilities of our shooting technology have allowed us to place some little gems, which are making a true difference. This adds a challenge and more dimension to the game for advanced players.

“More than creating some sort of emotional overload, we have worked on fine-tuning the attraction and this is what is generating most of the fun. It’s a great addition to Jardin d’Acclimations’s offering.”

attractions-kit keyword: ALTERFACE


“More than creating some sort of emotional overload, we have worked on fine-tuning the attraction and this is what is generating most of the fun. It’s a great addition to Jardin d’Acclimations’s offering.”

 



Visitors are tasked with stopping the mutant plants before they invade the streets of Paris

New waterpark will transform resort into one of Dominican Republic’s top family attractions, says Vortex president Stephen Hamelin

 

Stephen Hamelin, Vortex
 

The upcoming Circle Resort from Meliá Hotels International will feature a waterpark outfitted by Vortex International.

Located in Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic, the waterpark will feature four pools with three Vortex Elevations multi-level structures and four standalone water slides, as well as ground-level Poolplay elements to create a highly-immersive play area.

“We’re delighted to develop our aquatic play installations for Circle At Paradisus Palma Real and help make the resort a top destination for families,” says Stephen Hamelin, president of Vortex International.

Vortex was selected by both Sans and Meliá Hotels, due to the company’s expertise in creating imaginative and interactive aquatic play experiences, as well as its “sophisticated and elegant” designs.

“We’re convinced that the collaboration between Vortex and Meliá will enrich the experience of our clients,” says William Bernal Wall, VP of works and maintenance for Sol Meliá. “This agreement will bring them the joy of playing with water and creating memorable experiences for the whole family with innovative, sustainable, and recreational water features.”

attractions-kit keyword: VORTEX


“We’re delighted to develop our aquatic play installations for Circle At Paradisus Palma Real and help make the resort a top destination for families,”

 



Architect and concept designer Alvaro Sans created the waterpark
 


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