Media-based attractions specialist, Dynamic Attractions, is awaiting the imminent opening of its cutting-edge flying theatre at Futuroscope.
The Extraordinary Journey has already been dubbed the world’s most technically advanced ride of its kind.
Guy Nelson, Dynamic Attractions President and Empire Industries CEO, described the Dynamic Flying Theatre as ‘spectacular’.
The company created the ultra-smooth mechanical system for the ride which uses leading-edge technology to ‘immerse’ guests in thrilling stories.
“The Extraordinary Journey is not only Europe’s only Flying Theatre, but it is the world’s most sophisticated ride of its kind, ” commented Futuroscope’s President, Dominique Hummel (left).
“It was engineered and fabricated by Dynamic Attractions, the premiere media-based attractions designer. Dynamic Attractions never stopped advancing the technology, making this attraction do things that will make guests come back to ride it again and again. Dynamic Attractions is simply the best.”
Extraordinary Facts about the Extraordinary Journey
- 3 Week Odyssey. The Dynamic Flying Theatre travelled by train (Vancouver-Montreal), boat (Montreal-Le Havre) and truck (Le Havre-Jaunay Clan); it took a total of 24 days.
- Plenty of Passengers. During the summer, it will fly enough people each month to fill Stade de France nearly 4 times.
- Solid Construction. The ride structure weighs 110 tons – the same weight as a large commercial airplane.
- Massive Screen. The attraction’s screen is 20 metres in diameter, a much wider arc than the semi-circular ceiling of the iconic Arc de Triomphe.
Dynamic Attractions comprises 400 engineers, designers, fabricators and theme artists based in Orlando, Vancouver, Toronto, Arlington (Texas), Dongguan and Shanghai. The company has built 50 iconic attractions for major industry players including Disney and Universal Studios.
Empire Industries Ltd. manufactures and sells specialised engineered products for domestic and select international markets.