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Alterface partners with Jora Vision for new dark ride
07 Aug 2017 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
Alterface will collaborate with Jora Vision to create a one of kind experience
Alterface has partnered with Jora Vision to create a new interactive dark ride at Legendia theme park in Silesia, Poland.

Bazyliszek, which is due to open next year, is based on traditional Polish folklore and will feature the latest in dark ride technology. It promises to be a one-of-a-kind experience.

Alterface will serve as the main contractor for the attraction and will oversee the overall ride experience, whilst Jora Vision will create the décor.

Laurence Beckers, special projects and technology scout at Alterface, says: “Entering the headquarters of the Monsters Hunters Guild, guests drive through an ancient village, dark caves, magical forests and ruins to fight all kinds of creatures. At the end of their journey they reach the Basilisk, the scariest monster of all ”

Guests are armed with a Monster Hunter Gun, an Alterface designed weapon that creates special effects using light and mirror technology.

Simeon van Tellingen, creative director at Jora Vision, says: “Guests will be given specific tasks in the queue and pre-show before boarding a vehicle that will take them on an exciting journey through the magical forests of Poland. Trees and plants come to life, aligning the scenery with the story and enhancing the ride experience.”

Ben Cornet, founder and CEO of Alterface, says: “We look forward to the opening of the Bazyliszek ride in 2018. This top-notch dark ride will boost the park’s visitors and put them firmly on the map in Europe. We look forward to visitors enjoying an unforgettable experience.”
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Alterface partners with Jora Vision for new dark ride
07 Aug 2017 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
Alterface will collaborate with Jora Vision to create a one of kind experience
Alterface has partnered with Jora Vision to create a new interactive dark ride at Legendia theme park in Silesia, Poland.

Bazyliszek, which is due to open next year, is based on traditional Polish folklore and will feature the latest in dark ride technology. It promises to be a one-of-a-kind experience.

Alterface will serve as the main contractor for the attraction and will oversee the overall ride experience, whilst Jora Vision will create the décor.

Laurence Beckers, special projects and technology scout at Alterface, says: “Entering the headquarters of the Monsters Hunters Guild, guests drive through an ancient village, dark caves, magical forests and ruins to fight all kinds of creatures. At the end of their journey they reach the Basilisk, the scariest monster of all ”

Guests are armed with a Monster Hunter Gun, an Alterface designed weapon that creates special effects using light and mirror technology.

Simeon van Tellingen, creative director at Jora Vision, says: “Guests will be given specific tasks in the queue and pre-show before boarding a vehicle that will take them on an exciting journey through the magical forests of Poland. Trees and plants come to life, aligning the scenery with the story and enhancing the ride experience.”

Ben Cornet, founder and CEO of Alterface, says: “We look forward to the opening of the Bazyliszek ride in 2018. This top-notch dark ride will boost the park’s visitors and put them firmly on the map in Europe. We look forward to visitors enjoying an unforgettable experience.”
MORE PRODUCTS
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Australian tech company Roller Software has announced a strategic partnership with Fairfax Media.
VDC assists VR upgrade on Derren Brown’s Ghost Train
Derren Brown’s Ghost Train: Rise of the Demon at Thorpe Park, Surrey, UK, has recently undergone a terrifying revamp.
7thSense Design named as key supplier for Dubai Parks and Resorts
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07 Aug 2017 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
Alterface will collaborate with Jora Vision to create a one of kind experience
Alterface has partnered with Jora Vision to create a new interactive dark ride at Legendia theme park in Silesia, Poland.

Bazyliszek, which is due to open next year, is based on traditional Polish folklore and will feature the latest in dark ride technology. It promises to be a one-of-a-kind experience.

Alterface will serve as the main contractor for the attraction and will oversee the overall ride experience, whilst Jora Vision will create the décor.

Laurence Beckers, special projects and technology scout at Alterface, says: “Entering the headquarters of the Monsters Hunters Guild, guests drive through an ancient village, dark caves, magical forests and ruins to fight all kinds of creatures. At the end of their journey they reach the Basilisk, the scariest monster of all ”

Guests are armed with a Monster Hunter Gun, an Alterface designed weapon that creates special effects using light and mirror technology.

Simeon van Tellingen, creative director at Jora Vision, says: “Guests will be given specific tasks in the queue and pre-show before boarding a vehicle that will take them on an exciting journey through the magical forests of Poland. Trees and plants come to life, aligning the scenery with the story and enhancing the ride experience.”

Ben Cornet, founder and CEO of Alterface, says: “We look forward to the opening of the Bazyliszek ride in 2018. This top-notch dark ride will boost the park’s visitors and put them firmly on the map in Europe. We look forward to visitors enjoying an unforgettable experience.”
 


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