Triotech debuts Fear the Walking Dead Survival attraction at Trans Studio Bali

Triotech, the award-winning creator of media-based attractions, has announced a new Fear the Walking Dead-themed walkthrough experience, now open at Trans Studio Bali.

Triotech is pleased to announce the opening of Fear the Walking Dead Survival, an immersive and interactive adventure that can be found at the brand new Trans Studio Bali theme park in Indonesia. This media-based walkthrough experience combines three attractions in one.

The new attraction, based on the popular AMC series, is a multi-sensory experience that is part thrill-ride, part interactive motion ride, and part “haunted house”. It takes guests on a chilling adventure into the world of a zombie apocalypse.

Three attractions in one

“The unique element of this walkthrough experience is that it combines three distinct attractions in one unique adventure, all squeezed into a highly themed and immersive 400 square meter space,” says Nol Van Genuchten, Vice President Creative for Triotech.

Guests will enjoy intricate sets and immersive experiences, in addition to high-tech interactive option simulator technology. The attraction has a capacity of 16 people per cycle and lasts for around 10 minutes. The setting is a military facility, where guests learn about the outbreak of an unknown epidemic. They must explore the three thrill zones and complete interactive challenges in order to defeat the oncoming hoard of zombies.

One scene in Fear the Walking Dead Survival features Triotech’s illusio technology, which integrates interactivity with projection mapping on 3D objects. This is the largest such deployment of the technology to date, featuring a 16m wide by 5m high illusio interactive wall.

Trans Studio Bali opened to the public on 12 December 2019 with a grand ceremony, and is marketed as “the most instagrammable theme park in the world.” The indoor park covers 1,8 hectares, with 13 attractions and rides spread over five different game zones.

Triotech has also been selected to design and build an interactive dark ride for the upcoming Vinpearl Land theme park in Phú Quốc, Vietnam. The ride is called Dragon’s Spell and is set to open in Spring 2020.