Leading creator of media-based attractions, Triotech, is on the ride of its life, celebrating 350 installations across the world.
And, with many more projects in the pipeline, there’s no sign of the company applying the brakes any time soon.
The ride’s most recent home is in Ecuador, located in Safari Xtreme park at Malecon 2000. Described by local media as the park’s ‘principal attraction’, this marks Triotech’s first project in the country.
Elsewhere, recent projects include XD Dark Ride interactive theatres in Mexico for Grupo Diniz’ retailtainment offering and Go’n Bananas Family Fun Center in the USA. In Australia, the company has supplied its star product to Funlab’s Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq.
“With 180 installations worldwide, the XD Dark Ride interactive theatre is the industry reference when it comes to interactive simulators,” says Ernest Yale, Founder and CEO of Triotech.
Eager to enter new markets, the company has also made its presence felt in Asia, with over 60 installations across FECs, amusement parks and even a cruise ship.
What’s more, Triotech has brought the excitement of virtual reality gaming within reach of smaller entertainment venues, thanks to a collaboration with game developer, Ubisoft. Virtual Rabbids: The Big Maze brings the blockbusting Raving Rabbids IP to life in an immersive plug-and-play VR experience.
Meet Triotech at EAS Booth #1-611
According to the company, over 110 million guests have experienced a Triotech ride, in over 60 countries across all continents.
Founded in Canada in 1999, Triotech offers integrated turnkey solutions for digital attractions including content developed in its own studio in Montreal.
Meet the Triotech team at this month’s Euro Attractions Show (EAS) in Amsterdam at Booth #1-611, September 25-27, 2018.
Triotech is a gold sponsor of blooloopLIVE, the key London conference and networking event for attractions industry professionals.