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EOS Rides to Exhibit at Euro Attractions Show 2017

Dark Ride Video Mapping Maya World EOS Rides

Leading Italian ride and attractions developer, EOS Rides will be exhibiting at the Euro Attractions Show 2017 in Berlin.

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The company will be presenting their latest two projects for Carthageland theme park in Hammamet, Tunisia: The Giant Ape Adventure and Maya World.

Featuring the world’s biggest ever animatronic figure, The Giant Ape Adventure comprises of a 13 metre King Kong figure as a centre piece for a customised spinning coaster and a dark ride experience.

EOS King Kong World Largest Animatronic

The challenging project was installed onto an existing building at the park, with the King Kong animatronic able to look around, stand up to it’s full height, roar and thump it’s chest. There is even hot breath pouring from its nostrils.

EOS Ride’s second recent project Maya World, is a small indoor park divided into two main sections, all at a restricted height of 2.8 metres. The kids section contains an interactive safari adventure and spinning coaster which is particularly impressive for this small height.

Labyrinth Ghosts Maya World EOS RidesThe teens and adults section contains a walk through labyrinth and dark ride which uses video projection mapping and content from virtual reality and static scenes.

These two projects are the latest in a wide portfolio of projects EOS Rides has completed around the world, proving once again it is the leader in ExtraOrdinary Solutions!

Mrs Michela Favero, Sales Manager and Mr Loris Darsie, General Manager, will be representing EOS Rides at Booth 23-510. To arrange a meeting, contact Michela on or +39335438801.

The Euro Attractions Show is taking place at the Messe Berlin Exhibition Center, Berlin on the 24-28th September 2017, organised by IAAPA.

Dark Ride Masks Maya World EOS Rides

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Ella Baskerville

Ella Baskerville

Ella is Business Development Manager and looks after client relationships and new business. Joining Blooloop in 2015, she has a degree in Natural Science from the University of Bath, but her true passion lies with the attractions industry and is a self-confessed theme park geek.

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