"The Lost World" 4D is Ready for Theme Parks
nWave Pictures Distribution premiered its newest 4D attraction film "The Lost World" at the IAAPA Annual Attractions Expo in Orlando (Florida, USA) in November 2013.
Produced by British animation studio Red Star and directed by Ben Smith, this epic film takes the audiences into a whole new world of adventure, 40 million years in the making. This new 11-minute 4D title is exclusively distributed by nWave and will be available to theme parks and attraction exhibitors worldwide.
Rhino Rescue 6D Ride
Hop on a high-speed rescue mission in Franklin Park Zoo's new motion simulator ride, "Rhino Rescue." just opened in Boston, MA, USA. Set in Africa, the ride invites you on a high-speed chase alongside park rangers in their pursuit of poachers. You’ll encounter elephants, wildebeest and other wildlife on your adventure to rescue and reunite a baby rhino with his mother. Riders are fully immersed in a 6D experience: You’ll not only see stereoscopic 3D film through special glasses, but extra effects like seat motion, wind and light add new dimensions to the viewing experience.
"The Good The Bad and A Horse" 4D Short by nWave Pictures
nWave Pictures Distribution will launch a new 4D/3D attraction film named "The Good, The Bad and A Horse" next week at IAAPA's Asian Attractions Expo.
Directed by Ben Smith, the film tells the story of a brave young sheriff and his horse as they track down the meanest, baddest and stinkiest bandit in the whole wide Wild West. The 11-minute 4D experience is available for distribution exclusively from nWave and will premiere at attractions and theme parks this summer.
Watch the trailer here under.
"Transformers: The Ride 3D" Opens at Universal Orlando
This May 31, 2013, Universal Orlando gave the order to send in the recruits to assist the Automats as the doors to Transformers: The Ride 3D were opened to the public for the first time.
The ride doesn’t officially open until June 20, 2013, but after completing its impressively fast construction in under a year’s time, Universal was ready to reveal this engineering feat a few days after the busy Memorial Day weekend. Following two days of successful technical rehearsals with Universal’s employees / team members and this morning’s installation of a massive 28-foot-tall Optimus Prime statue above the attraction’s entrance, Universal Studios Florida guests were allowed inside the new ride tonight, beginning just after 7p.m. for a soft opening lasting through park closing at 9 p.m. Video tour here under.
"Justice League: Alien Invasion 3D" Succesful Launch
Sally corp. (Jacksonville, FL, USA) ’s new, action-packed interactive dark ride, Justice League: Alien Invasion 3D, was unveiled on September 22, 2012 at Warner Bros. Movie World, on Australia’s Gold Coast, bringing the world’s most famous super heroes to life…battling alongside park guests in an epic fight to defeat one of the most feared villains in the DC Universe.
Featuring state-of-the-art animatronics, 3D video technology, and numerous special effects, including fog screen projection, the ride incorporates eight huge 3D screens, twenty custom vehicles equipped with special laser optical blasters, a dramatic custom musical score, numerous animatronic citizens whom riders must fight to save from the alien spores’ evil mind control, and culminates in a dramatic struggle between Superman and the evil villain, in which riders play a decisive role. Comic fans and park guests agree that it is a winning combination of immersive story telling, high tech game play and stunning visuals.